Proceedings 24th Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference. COMPSAC2000 (2000)
Oct. 25, 2000 to Oct. 28, 2000
David C. Kung , University of Texas at Arlington
Chien-Hung Liu , University of Texas at Arlington
Pei Hsia , University of Texas at Arlington
Recently the number of Web applications has increased immensely. Many Businesses have been using Web applications for their mission-critical operations. As Web applications become complex, their quality and reliability become crucial. This paper describes an Object-Oriented test model that captures both structural and behavioral test artifacts of Web applications. The model represents the entities of Web applications as objects and describes their structures, relationships, and dynamic behaviors. Based on the test model, test methods are presented to derive test cases automatically for ensuring the structures and behaviors of Web applications.
C. Liu, P. Hsia and D. C. Kung, "An Object-Oriented Web Test Model for Testing Web Applications," Proceedings 24th Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference. COMPSAC2000(COMPSAC), Taipei, Taiwan, 2000, pp. 537.