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TDDD04 Software Testing

Laborations


Last Update: 2014-03-11, 11:12 MET

There are many test strategies and test tools, and you will get the chance to try some of them in the lab series. The labs are a mandatory part of the course, but still, you are required to sign up for the lab series. Pair up with a fellow student, log in to Webreg and sign up for the labs as soon as possible. We will, if necessary, move students between groups to make the work load of different groups even. Make it easier by signing up to the group with most places left. If any special circumstances make you wish to work individually you are obliged to contact an assistant and get an explicit accept for that, though it's very hard to get such exceptions this year.

Registration

Registrations for the labs is done using webreg. Sign-up deadline is March 28.

NB: To carry out labs for this course, storage quota of each student registered for this course has been increased from 100MB to 250MB. This extra quota may expire any time after the course *officially* ends and will be reset to 100MB again. Please do not forget to move your material in excess of 100MB from your account before possibly June 2014 to avoid loss of any important data.

NB: If you are having performance issues with VS 2013 on machines at PC labs, you can temporarily copy your project/solution to "c:\users\[USERNAME]\" and run/compile it from there. We don't know exactly how much it can improve performance but it may worth a try in case you are facing slowdown. If you do this, Please remember that the "c:\users\[USERNAME]\" directory may not persist after you logout. So, if you run your project from "c:\users\[USERNAME]\", be sure to copy updated contents back to your z drive before you logout. Also, you need to delete your project from "c:\users\[USERNAME]\" each time before getting logout as it can result in serious performance implications for both you and others.

Deadlines

  • Lab1
    • APR 3 - 10.00 Demonstration, Group A & Group B.
    • APR 4 - 15.00 Demonstration, Group C & Group D.
    • APR 7 - 17.00 Report (source code as group & individual reflection reports)
    • APR 11 feedback.
    • APR 17 - 17.00 Re-Submission (source code as group & individual reflection reports)
  • Lab2
    • MAY 22 - 10.00 Demonstration, Group A & Group B.
    • MAY 23 - 15.00 Demonstration, Group C & Group D.
    • MAY 26 - 17.00 Report (source code as group & individual reflections)
    • MAY 28 feedback.
    • MAY 30 - 17.00 Re-Submission & Hard Deadline (source code as group & individual reflections)
    • JUNE 3 Final results
  • Demonstrations: Only during labs' scheduled hours
  • Report Submissions: To Your lab assistant - during scheduled lab sessions, or in the box outside his office.

Lab 1 instructions and related material

Lab instructions Lab-1 containing exercises 1-4.
VS2013 code skeletons Lab-1 exercises 1-3.
Eclipse code skeleton Lab-1 exercise 4.

For those who wish to work on their own machines:
  • If you've VS2013 installed, then you can use the above linked VS2013 code skeletons.
  • If you've VS2010 installed, then

Lab 2 instructions and related material

Lab instructions Lab-2 containing exercises 1-4.
VS2013 Code skeleton, Lab 2
Report Template (Used voluntarily)

For those who wish to work on their own machines:
  • If you've VS2013 installed, then you can use the above linked VS2013 code skeletons.
  • If you've VS2010 installed, then

Additional Instructions (Lab 1 & 2)

Additional Instructions (updated: 2014-03-10) This page will be updated continuously as we feel the need to give additional instructions.

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Last updated: 2014-03-11