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S. GVKS and M. Rao GSVS, "Concurrent Signal and Procedure based Testing using TTCN-3," ETSI TTCN-3 User Conference 2005: Sophia Antipolis (France), June 6-8, 2005. 
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Resource type: Conference Paper
BibTeX citation key: GVKSa
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Creators: GVKS, Rao GSVS
Publisher: ETSI (Sophia Antipolis (France))
Collection: ETSI TTCN-3 User Conference 2005
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The objective of this proposal is to present a TTCN-3 solution for a complex test system which needs to support message and procedure based communication concurrently. The SUT (System Under Test) here is a RAN (Radio Access Network), which is responsible for call processing, and state management of other elements in the network. Testing of this system involves testing of message handling, state transitions, data manipulation in local database etc. Message handling and state transitions are tested using TTCN-3 message based communication tools. It is required to support database functionality concurrently, as the data manipulation needs to happen based on signals received and sent by SUT. This is achieved using TTCN-3 procedure based communication tools. Simulation of database behaviour was critical for this particular system, as the actual database would not be available in the early phases of SUT development & testing, and the error legs could not be tested with the original database in later phases. TTCN-3 was chosen to implement the test system, as it supports both signal based and procedure based testing concurrently.
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