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Section: New Software and Platforms


Keywords: IPv6 - Conformance testing - TTCN-3

Scientific Description: We have built a toolkit for easing executing tests written in the standardized TTCN-3 test specification language. This toolkit is made of a C++ library together with a highly customizable CoDec generator that allows fast development of external components (that are required to execute a test suite) such as CoDec (for message Coding/Decoding), System and Platform Adapters. It also provides a framework for representing and manipulating TTCN-3 events so as to ease the production of test reports. The toolkit addresses issues that are not yet covered by ETSI standards while being fully compatible with the existing standard interfaces: TRI (Test Runtime Interfaces) and TCI (Test Control Interfaces), it has been tested with four TTCN-3 environments (IBM, Elvior, Danet and Go4IT) and on three different platforms (Linux, Windows and Cygwin).

Functional Description: T3DevKit is a free open source toolkit to ease the development of test suites in the TTCN-3 environment. It provides:

a CoDec generator (t3cdgen) that automates the development process of the CoDec needed for coding TTCN-3 values into physically transmittable messages and decoding incoming messages a library (t3devlib) that provides an object oriented framework to manipulate TTCN-3 entities (values, ports, timers, external functions…) an implementation of the TRI and TCI standard interfaces default implementations for the system adapter (SA), platform adapter (PA), test management (TM), test logging (TL) and component handling (CH) modules default codecs build scripts for the generation of executable test suites, these are tool-independent and facilitate the distribution of test suite sources

  • Participants: Annie Floch, Anthony Baire, Ariel Sabiguero, César Viho and Frédéric Roudaut

  • Contact: Federico Sismondi