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A Practical Guide to Testing Object-Oriented Software by David A. Sykes, John D. McGregor

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Test Cases

Much work has been done to make distributed system infrastructures as abstract as possible so that users have little to worry about with respect to the distribution semantics. Each vendor works to make its product conform to the standard it is addressing. These two factors make it possible to have a set of model-specific and then application-specific test cases.

Model-specific Tests

Each standard model results in its own set of design patterns. This in turn results in a set of test patterns.

Tests for the Basic Client/Server Model

We have already described a couple of types of tests for the client/server model; however, the basic client/server model has a number of variations. In the following test pattern, the design pattern under ...

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