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Alexey Popov's blog on Java ME Testing tools

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m_gorshenev
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In case you didn't see it yet, here is an article by Alexey Popov on Java ME testing tools:
http://weblogs.java.net/blog/alexeyp/archive/2006/11/testing_java_me_1.html

This is an introductory posting and Alexey has plans to cover other Java ME testing topics in the next few months.

Mikhail

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Hi all,

Check out the update from Alexey with his thoughts on AMS testing:
http://weblogs.java.net/blog/alexeyp/archive/2006/12/testing_java_me.html

AMS behavior is one of the areas where testing has been hard to automate.
For example, MIDP OTA specification requires a fair amount of interactive testing.
Some of the newer JSRs (e.g. CHAPI) define more complex
semantics for the AMS for which new testing approaches will be required.
These will need to be generic enough to cover CLDC and CDC stack application models.
We plan to work on the solutions in the future versions of ME framework.

If you have an idea or want to contribute, feel free to share your thoughts here or in Alexey's blog.

thanks,
Mikhail

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This month Alexey continues the series of articles on Java ME testing in his latest blog posts.

The test debugging article introduces the new and improved Test Export feature of ME Framework 1.2. Read about it here:
http://weblogs.java.net/blog/alexeyp/archive/2007/02/java_me_testing_1.html
There are also a few test debugging tips which you may find useful.

thanks,
Mikhail