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Subject [Ws Wiki] Update of "FrontPage/Muse/Muse2.xConformanceTestingTools" by KamYee
Date Fri, 17 Aug 2007 21:38:24 GMT
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  The WS-I Organization (http://ws-i.org) has developed and made available the WS-I Interoperability
Testing Tools to help developers determine whether their Web Services are conformant with
defined WS-I profiles.
  
- We will enhance and extend these testing tools to test for conformance against specification
levels implemented in Muse 2.x (WSRF 1.2, WSN 1.3, WSDM 1.1, and WS-MetadataExchange).
+ These tools test Web service implementations using a non-intrusive, black box approach.
We will enhance and extend these testing tools with additional assertion statements and associated
code logic to test for conformance against the specification levels implemented in Muse 2.x
(WSRF 1.2, WSN 1.3, WSDM 1.1, and WS-MetadataExchange).
  
  ( More details on these tools and how they work can be found at http://ws-i.org/deliverables/workinggroup.aspx?wg=testingtools
(under "[http://www.ws-i.org/Testing/Specs/AnalyzerFunctionalSpecification_Final_1.1.pdf Analyzer
Tool Functional Specification]", "[http://www.ws-i.org/Testing/Specs/MonitorFunctionalSpecification_Final_1.1.pdf
Monitor Tool Functional Specification]", and "Interoperability Testing Tools 1.1") and http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/webservices/library/ws-wsitest/
).
  
- These tools test Web service implementations using a non-intrusive, black box approach.
The testing infrastructure is made up of two main modules, the Monitor and the Analyzer.
+ The testing infrastructure is made up of two main modules, the Monitor and the Analyzer.
  
- The Monitor is both a message capture and logging tool. It intercepts the messages and a
logger re-formats them and stores them in a message log for later analysis. The monitor is
implemented using a man-in-the-middle approach. It intercepts and records the messages, then
it forwards to the messages to its final destination.
+ The Monitor is both a message capture and logging tool. It intercepts the messages and a
logger re-formats them and stores them in a message log for later analysis. The monitor is
implemented using a man-in-the-middle approach. It intercepts and records the messages, then
it forwards to the messages to its final destination. We do not anticipate any changes or
enhancements needed to the Monitor component.
  
- The Analyzer is an analysis tool that verifies the conformance of Web Services artifacts
to profiles/specifications. It analyzes the messages sent to and from a Web service after
these have been captured and stored in the message log by the Monitor. The Analyzer performs
its checks based on assertions listed in a Test Assertion Document (TAD). The TAD will be
extended to include assertion statements gleaned from the specification implemented in Muse
2.x.
+ The Analyzer is an analysis tool that verifies the conformance of Web Services artifacts
to profiles/specifications. It analyzes the messages sent to and from a Web service after
these have been captured and stored in the message log by the Monitor. The Analyzer performs
its checks based on assertions listed in a Test Assertion Document (TAD). The TAD will be
extended to include assertion statements extracted from the specification implemented in Muse
2.x. The associated code logic that the Analyzer will invoke will also be added to this component.
- 
- (!) Under construction
- 
  
  == Usage/Execution Scenarios ==
  

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