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Publication Citation: Interface-Driven Model-Based Generation of Java Test Drivers

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Author(s): Mark Blackburn; Robert Busser; Aaron Nauman; Ramaswamy Chandramouli;
Title: Interface-Driven Model-Based Generation of Java Test Drivers
Published: September 03, 2002
Abstract: This paper extends prior work in model-based verification and describes interface-driven analysis that combines with a requirement model to support automated generation of Java test scripts. It describes concepts of models and test driver mappings using examples for testing security functionality of an Oracle database using Java and Structured Query Language (SQL) test drivers. Although the modeling and testing are focused on database security capabilities, the described concepts can be applied to develop test drivers for many other products.
Proceedings: Quality Week 2002
Location: San Francisco, CA
Dates: September 3-6, 2002
Keywords: database testing, interface-driven model-based test automation, Java and SQL test driver generation, security testing, test automation technology and experience
Research Areas: Computer Security, Databases
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