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12th Asian Test Symposium (ATS'03)
Testing the Conformity of Transactional Attributes of Components by Simulation
Xi?an, China
November 16-November 19
ISBN: 0-7695-1951-2
Hui-Qun Zhao, China University Technology
Qin-Xin Gao, Northeastern University
Yuan Gao, Northeastern University
The conformity of transactional attributes of components is an important issue in designing a large database application system. Although corresponding techniques called Auto-Transaction have been adopted in some products, such as Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS), to protect unconformity errors, there are still many problems in application system. In order to test the unconformity a new method based on the Performance Evaluation Architecture Description Language(PEADL in short) is provided. The conformity of transactional attributes of components is test by comparing the PEADL description of the protocol of transactions summit and the behaviors of simulating performance. To support our viewpoint we have also designed an experiment.
Index Terms:
Software Simulating Test, PEADL, Attributes of Transactional Components
Citation:
Hui-Qun Zhao, Qin-Xin Gao, Yuan Gao, "Testing the Conformity of Transactional Attributes of Components by Simulation," ats, pp.224, 12th Asian Test Symposium (ATS'03), 2003
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