As more mission-critical applications are developed for client-server and Internet platforms, the demand for reliable test methods has soared. This is the first book to address the unique challenges of creating rigorous test routines that address the complexities of distributed computing. End-to-end coverage begins with the desktop GUI, moving through server and network concerns on up to cross-level functional testing, and system testing. A data-driven approach maximizes the opportunities for automation with Structured Capture/Replay tools. Guidelines are offered for choosing and implementing an automated test tool suite, and a special section addresses Y2K issues in testing PC and client-server software.That the application does what it is intended to do (known as either constructive or positive testing) 2. ... He argues that automated tests are best for finding errors during regression tests and that manual testing is better for the first test cycle.
|Title||:||Client-server Software Testing on the Desktop and the Web|
|Author||:||Daniel J. Mosley|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2000|