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Generating Test Plans for Acceptance Tests from UML Activity Diagrams

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Generating Test Plans for Acceptance Tests from UML Activity Diagrams
The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is the standard to specify the structure and behaviour of software systems. The created models are a constitutive part of the software specification that serves as guideline for the implementation and the test of software systems. In order to verify the functionality which is defined within the specification documents, the domain experts need to perform an acceptance test. Hence, they have to generate test cases for the acceptance test. Since domain experts usually have a low level of software engineering knowledge, the test case generation process is challenging and error-prone. In this paper we propose an approach to generate high-level acceptance test plans automatically from business processes. These processes are modeled as UML Activity Diagrams (ACD). Our method enables the application of an all-path coverage criterion to business processes for testing software systems.
Andreas Heinecke, Tobias Brückmann, Tobias Gr
Added 03 Jul 2010
Updated 03 Jul 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where ECBS
Authors Andreas Heinecke, Tobias Brückmann, Tobias Griebe, Volker Gruhn
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