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S. Huang, "A keyword-driven service testing framework based on TTCN-3," ETSI TTCN-3 User Conference 2007 Asia: Beijing (China), Oct. 29-30, 2007. 
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Resource type: Conference Paper
BibTeX citation key: Huang
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Categories: General
Creators: Huang
Publisher: Beihang University, ETSI (Beijing (China))
Collection: ETSI TTCN-3 User Conference 2007 Asia
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Abstract
In automatic service testing, TTCN-3 is not popular because of the lack of service oriented functions, or the difficulty in writing test cases in script. In this article, we introduce a keyword-driven service testing framework based on TTCN-3, which is designed to solve this problem.
The keyword-driven TTCN-3 framework consists of two parts: test case presentation part and implementation part. In presentation part, we offer a graphic interface. In implementation part, all the keyword functions are written in TTCN-3. Testers can write their test case in tabular format on a user interface, it is very easy and fast; after that, our TTCN-3 code generator will generate a TTCN-3 script and execute it automatically.
The keyword-driven TTCN-3 framework is suitable not only to service testing, but also to functional testing. The focus of applying such a testing framework is to abstract service keyword properly. First we abstract every basic keyword in service testing, and combine them to higher level keywords, layer by layer. By doing so, the Keyword resource can be shared and reuse greatly.
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