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1 Author(s)
Wei Hoo Chong ; Global Software Group, Motorola Multimedia Malaysia, Minden

Software testing is one of the crucial activities in the system development life cycle. The purpose of testing can be quality assurance, verification and validation, or reliability estimation. In Motorolareg, Automation Testing is a methodology TM uses by GSG-iSGT (Global Software Group - iDENtrade Subcriber Group Testing) to increase the testing volume, productivity and reduce test cycle-time in cell phone software testing. In addition, automated stress testing can make the products become more robust before release to the market. In this paper, the author discuss one of the automation stress testing tools that iSGT use, which is RPB (Record and PlayBack). RPB is a platform specific desktop rapid test-case creation tool. This tool is able to capture all the information on the phone in order to have highest accurately in testing. Furthermore, RPB allows user to do testing at anytime, anywhere provided there is an Internet connection. The authors also discuss the value that automation has bought to iDENtrade phone testing together with the metrics. We will also look into the advantages of the proposed system and some discussion of the future work.

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Computing in the Global Information Technology, 2007. ICCGI 2007. International Multi-Conference on

Date of Conference:

4-9 March 2007