Hong Kong, China
Oct. 30, 2000 to Oct. 31, 2000
David C. Kung , University of Texas at Arlington
Chien-Hung Liu , University of Texas at Arlington
Pei Hsia , University of Texas at Arlington
In recent years, Web applications have grown rapidly. As Web applications become complex, there is a growing concern about their quality and reliability. In this paper, we present a methodology that uses an Object-Oriented Web Test Model (WTM) to support Web application testing. The test model captures both structural and behavioral test artifacts of Web applications and represents the artifacts form the object, behavior, and structure perspectives. Based on the test model, both structural and behavioral test cases can be derived automatically to ensure the quality of Web applications. Moreover, the model also can be used as a road map to identify change ripple effects and to find cost-effective testing strategies for reducing test efforts required in the regression testing.
David C. Kung, Chien-Hung Liu, Pei Hsia, "An Object-Oriented Web Test Model for Testing Web Applications", APAQS, 2000, Asia-Pacific Conference on Quality Software, Asia-Pacific Conference on Quality Software 2000, pp. 111, doi:10.1109/APAQ.2000.883784