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The attached presentation, from the recent ESRI Developer Summit, presents the design of the hotel mapping application, and discusses bugs that were detected and fixed before product release following the DDT approach.


ICONIX has collaborated with Sparx Systems to produce a uniquely powerful set of capabilities for driving testing from Enterprise Architect UML and SysML models.    By combining the functionality of Sparx's structured scenario editor and that of the Agile/ICONIX add-in, it's now possible to automatically generate test cases at multiple levels of abstraction.   These include two levels of developer testing, including automatic generation of unit test code for JUnit, NUnit and FlexUnit, and two levels of acceptance/QA testing, including generation of test cases for Requirements, and scenario-based testing using a "use case thread expander" which automatically generates test scripts covering all permutations of sunny-day/rainy-day scenarios.

We've published our approach in a book called Design Driven Testing (DDT), which I co-authored with Matt Stephens, and we proved our concepts on a real, commercially available product, an interactive mapping system built with ESRI's ArcGIS Server geospatial engine, and in commercial use on a travel website, VResorts.com.

The attached presentation, from the recent ESRI Developer Summit, presents the design of the hotel mapping application, and discusses bugs that were detected and fixed before product release following the DDT approach.

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