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H. Batteram, W. Hellenthal, W. Romijn, A. Hoffmann, A. Rennoch, and A. Vouffo-Feudjio, "Implementation of an Open Source Toolset for CCM Components and Systems Testing," in Testing of Communicating Systems (Testcom) 2003ser. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2004, 
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Resource type: Book Article
BibTeX citation key: Batteram2004
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Creators: Batteram, Hellenthal, Hoffmann, Rennoch, Romijn, Vouffo-Feudjio
Publisher: Springer-Verlag (Berlin Heidelberg)
Collection: Testing of Communicating Systems (Testcom) 2003
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Abstract
Following the success of CORBA based systems the OMG has standardized the CORBA Component Model (CCM) to improve the implementation process of large distributed systems. The European project COACH [16] has been set up to build an Open Source development platform to construct CCM applications. As part of COACH a toolset for CCM components and system testing has been defined and implemented. This paper introduces the various components and features which have been foreseen and implemented for test activities such as interactive component testing, test trace visualization, or the application of abstract test specifications. The resulting test infrastructure addresses the CCM specifics but also benefits from CCM, e.g. by incorporating component communication facilities.
This work is partly sponsored by the European IST Project Coach (IST-2001-34445, Component Based Open Source Architecture for Distributed Telecom Applications).
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