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FormA - Complete Software Test Description for the Tie::FormA Program Module

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Detailed Software Test Description (STD)

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Complete Test of the Perl Tie::FormA Program Module

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Date: 2004/06/02

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Prepared by: http://www.SoftwareDiamonds.com support@SoftwareDiamonds.com

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1.0 SCOPE ^

This document establishes detail Software Test Description (STD) for the Complete Test of the Perl Tie::FormA program module.

This Software Test Description (STD) is a detail Software Test Description in the form of a STD specification sheet, which is incomplete without reference to the General Perl Program Module STD specification. This detail STD and the General Perl Program Module STD constitute the total requirements for the Perl Tie::FormA program module.

3.0 TEST PREPARATIONS ^

Test preparations are as specified in the General Perl Program Module STD.

4.0 TEST DESCRIPTIONS ^

The test descriptions uses a legend to identify different aspects of a test description in accordance with STD PM Form Database Test Description Fields.

4.1 Complete Test

This test verifies both the lenient and strict formats of the Tie::FormA program module.

4.1.1 UUT not loaded

  C:
     use File::Package;
     use File::SmartNL;
     use File::Spec;
     my $uut = 'Tie::FormA'; # Unit Under Test
     my $fp = 'File::Package';
     my $loaded;
     my (@fields);  # force context
     my $out_file = File::Spec->catfile('FormA','form1.txt');;
     unlink $out_file;
     my $lenient_in_file = File::Spec->catfile('FormA','lenient0.txt');
     my $strict_in_file = File::Spec->catfile('FormA','strict0.txt');
 ^

 QC:
 ######
 # Not needed for demo, so use the Quiet Code (QC) 
 # 
 my $lenient_expected_file = File::Spec->catfile('FormA','lenient2.txt');
 my $strict_expected_file = File::Spec->catfile('FormA','lenient2.txt');
 my @test_data1 = (
 [
   'UUT',
   'File/Version.pm',
   'File_Spec',
   '',
   'Revision',
   '',
   'End_User',
   '',
   'Author',
   'http://www.SoftwareDiamonds.com support@SoftwareDiamonds.com',
   'SVD',
   'SVD::DataCop-DataFile',
   'Template',
   'STD/STD001.frm',
 ],
 [
    'Email',
    'nobody@hotmail.com',
    'Form',
    'Udo-fully processed oils',
    'Tutorial',
    '*~~* Better Health thru Biochemistry *~~*',
    'REMOTE_ADDR',
    '213.158.186.150',
    'HTTP_USER_AGENT',
    'Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)',
    'HTTP_REFERER',
    'http://computerdiamonds.com/',
 ],
 [   'EOF',
      '\n',
     'EOL',
     '\n^^\n',
     'EOV',
     '}',
     'SOV',
     '${'
 ],
 [  'EOF', 
     '^^',
    'EOL',
     '~-~',
     'SOV',
     '${',
     'EOV',
     '}'
 ],
 [   'EOF', 
     '^^^',
     'EOL',
      '~---~',   
      'SOV',
      '${',
      'EOV',
      '}',
 ]
 );
 ^
 VO: ^
  N: UUT not loaded^
  A: $loaded = $fp->is_package_loaded($uut)^
 SE:  ''^
 ok: 1^

4.1.2 Load UUT

  N: Load UUT^
  C: my $errors = $fp->load_package($uut)^
  A: $errors^
 SE: ''^
 ok: 2^

4.1.3 Tie::FormA Version $Tie::FormA::VERSION loaded

  N: Tie::FormA Version $Tie::FormA::VERSION loaded^
  A: $fp->is_package_loaded($uut)^
  E: 1^
 ok: 3^

4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

  N: Read lenient FormA^

  R:
      L<format [1] - separator strings|Tie::FormA/format [1] - separator strings>
      L<format [2] - separator escape|Tie::FormA/format [2] - separator escapes>
      L<format [3] - field names|Tie::FormA/format [3] - field names>
      L<format [4] - field names|Tie::FormA/format [4] - field names>
      L<format [5] - EON|Tie::FormA/format [5] - EON>
      L<format [7] - Lenient EOD|Tie::FormA/format [7] - Lenient EOD>
      L<methods [2] - decode_field|Tie::FormA/methods [2] - decode_field>
      L<methods [4] - decode_record|Tie::FormA/methods [4] - decode_record>
      L<methods [6] - get_record|Tie::FormA/methods [6] - get_record>
      L<methods [7] - get_record|Tie::FormA/methods [7] - get_record>
 ^

  C:
     tie *FORM, 'Tie::FormA';
     open FORM,'<',File::Spec->catfile($lenient_in_file);
     @fields = <FORM>;
     close FORM;
 ^
  A: [@fields]^
  E: [@test_data1]^
 ok: 4^

4.1.5 Write lenient FormA

  N: Write lenient FormA^

  R:
      L<format [1] - separator strings|Tie::FormA/format [1] - separator strings>
      L<format [2] - separator escapes|Tie::FormA/format [2] - separator escapes>
      L<format [3] - field names|Tie::FormA/format [3] - field names>
      L<format [4] - field names|Tie::FormA/format [4] - field names>
      L<format [5] - EON|Tie::FormA/format [5] - EON>
      L<format [7] - Lenient EOD|Tie::FormA/format [7] - Lenient EOD>
      L<methods [1] - encode_field|Tie::FormA/methods [1] - encode_field>
      L<methods [3] - encode_record|Tie::FormA/methods [3] - encode_record>
      L<methods [5] - put_record|Tie::FormA/methods [5] - put_record>
 ^

  C:
     open FORM, '>', $out_file;
     print FORM @fields;
     close FORM;
 ^
  A: File::SmartNL->fin($out_file)^
  E: File::SmartNL->fin($lenient_expected_file)^
 ok: 5^

4.1.6 Read strict FormA

  N: Read strict FormA^

  R:
      L<format [1] - separator strings|Tie::FormA/format [1] - separator strings>
      L<format [2] - separator escapes|Tie::FormA/format [2] - separator escapes>
      L<format [3] - field names|Tie::FormA/format [3] - field names>
      L<format [4] - field names|Tie::FormA/format [4] - field names>
      L<format [5] - EON|Tie::FormA/format [5] - EON>
      L<format [6] - Strict EOD|Tie::FormA/format [6] - Strict EOD>
      L<methods [2] - decode_field|Tie::FormA/methods [2] - decode_field>
      L<methods [4] - decode_record|Tie::FormA/methods [4] - decode_record>
      L<methods [6] - get_record|Tie::FormA/methods [6] - get_record>
      L<methods [7] - get_record|Tie::FormA/methods [7] - get_record>
 ^

  C:
     tie *FORM, 'Tie::FormA';
     open FORM,'<',File::Spec->catfile($strict_in_file);
     @fields = <FORM>;
     close FORM;
 ^
  A: [@fields]^
  E: [@test_data1]^
 ok: 6^

4.1.7 Write strict FormA

  N: Write strict FormA^

  R:
      L<format [1] - separator strings|Tie::FormA/format [1] - separator strings>
      L<format [2] - separator escapes|Tie::FormA/format [2] - separator escapes>
      L<format [3] - field names|Tie::FormA/format [3] - field names>
      L<format [4] - field names|Tie::FormA/format [4] - field names>
      L<format [5] - EON|Tie::FormA/format [5] - EON>
      L<format [6] - Strict EOD|Tie::FormA/format [6] - Strict EOD>
      L<methods [1] - encode_field|Tie::FormA/methods [1] - encode_field>
      L<methods [3] - encode_record|Tie::FormA/methods [3] - encode_record>
      L<methods [5] - put_record|Tie::FormA/methods [5] - put_record>
 ^

  C:
     open FORM, '>', $out_file;
     print FORM @fields;
     close FORM;
 ^
  A: File::SmartNL->fin($out_file)^
  E: File::SmartNL->fin($strict_expected_file)^
 ok: 7^

5.0 REQUIREMENTS TRACEABILITY ^

5.1 Requirement to Test Case Tracebility

Requirement format [1] - separator strings

Test Case 4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.5 Write lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.6 Read strict FormA

Test Case 4.1.7 Write strict FormA

Requirement format [2] - separator escapes

Test Case 4.1.5 Write lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.6 Read strict FormA

Test Case 4.1.7 Write strict FormA

Requirement format [2] - separator escape

Test Case 4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

Requirement format [3] - field names

Test Case 4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.5 Write lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.6 Read strict FormA

Test Case 4.1.7 Write strict FormA

Requirement format [4] - field names

Test Case 4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.5 Write lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.6 Read strict FormA

Test Case 4.1.7 Write strict FormA

Requirement format [5] - EON

Test Case 4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.5 Write lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.6 Read strict FormA

Test Case 4.1.7 Write strict FormA

Requirement format [6] - Strict EOD

Test Case 4.1.6 Read strict FormA

Test Case 4.1.7 Write strict FormA

Requirement format [7] - Lenient EOD

Test Case 4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.5 Write lenient FormA

Requirement methods [1] - encode_field

Test Case 4.1.5 Write lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.7 Write strict FormA

Requirement methods [2] - decode_field

Test Case 4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.6 Read strict FormA

Requirement methods [3] - encode_record

Test Case 4.1.5 Write lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.7 Write strict FormA

Requirement methods [4] - decode_record

Test Case 4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.6 Read strict FormA

Requirement methods [5] - put_record

Test Case 4.1.5 Write lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.7 Write strict FormA

Requirement methods [6] - get_record

Test Case 4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.6 Read strict FormA

Requirement methods [7] - get_record

Test Case 4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

Test Case 4.1.6 Read strict FormA

5.2 Test Case to Requirement Tracebility

Test Case 4.1.4 Read lenient FormA

Requirement format [1] - separator strings

Requirement format [2] - separator escape

Requirement format [3] - field names

Requirement format [4] - field names

Requirement format [5] - EON

Requirement format [7] - Lenient EOD

Requirement methods [2] - decode_field

Requirement methods [4] - decode_record

Requirement methods [6] - get_record

Requirement methods [7] - get_record

Test Case 4.1.5 Write lenient FormA

Requirement format [1] - separator strings

Requirement format [2] - separator escapes

Requirement format [3] - field names

Requirement format [4] - field names

Requirement format [5] - EON

Requirement format [7] - Lenient EOD

Requirement methods [1] - encode_field

Requirement methods [3] - encode_record

Requirement methods [5] - put_record

Test Case 4.1.6 Read strict FormA

Requirement format [1] - separator strings

Requirement format [2] - separator escapes

Requirement format [3] - field names

Requirement format [4] - field names

Requirement format [5] - EON

Requirement format [6] - Strict EOD

Requirement methods [2] - decode_field

Requirement methods [4] - decode_record

Requirement methods [6] - get_record

Requirement methods [7] - get_record

Test Case 4.1.7 Write strict FormA

Requirement format [1] - separator strings

Requirement format [2] - separator escapes

Requirement format [3] - field names

Requirement format [4] - field names

Requirement format [5] - EON

Requirement format [6] - Strict EOD

Requirement methods [1] - encode_field

Requirement methods [3] - encode_record

Requirement methods [5] - put_record

6.0 NOTES ^

Construction of Words

The construction of the words "shall", "may" and "should" shall[1] conform to United States (US) Departmart of Defense (DoD) STD490A 3.2.3.6 which is more precise and even consistent, at times, with RFC 2119, http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2119.txt Binding requirements shall[2] be uniquely identified by the construction "shall[\d+]" , where "\d+" is an unique number for each paragraph(s) uniquely identified by a header. The construction of commonly used words and phrasing shall[3] conform to US DoD STD490A 3.2.3.5 In accordance with US Dod STD490A 3.2.6, requirments shall[4] not be emphazied by underlining and capitalization. All of the requirements are important in obtaining the desired performance.

Unless otherwise specified, in accordance with Software Diamonds' License, Software Diamonds shall[5] not be responsible for this program module conforming to all the specified requirements, binding or otherwise.

Author

The author, holder of the copyright and maintainer is

<support@SoftwareDiamonds.com>

Copyright

copyright © 2004 SoftwareDiamonds.com

License

Software Diamonds permits the redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, provided that the following conditions are met:

  1. Redistributions of source code, modified or unmodified shall[1] retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
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2.0 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS (SEE ALSO) ^

Tie::Layers
Tie::CSV
Tie::Eudora
Data::Query
Software Test Description
Specification Practices
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