PROWESS – Property-based
testing on Web Services

Thenraja Vettivelraj
PROWESS – Property based
testing of Web Services
Introduction
 Functional Programming Language
Haskell
 Testing
Property...
Introduction
Project on the success of Pro test.
 Develop tools and techniques for propertybased testing of web services....
Functional Programming – Basics of
Haskell
Evaluation of expression rather than execution of
commands.
E.g., max 4 5 creat...
Functional Programming – Basics of
Haskell
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Everything in Haskell has a type.
E.g., :t `H` :: Char, 5 ...
Testing
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To find the presence of bugs in the software
In the software life cycle Testing plays a vital role.
Thre...
Property Based Testing
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Overcome other testing methodologies.
Specify properties formally and test the code...
Web Services
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Communicating between two electronic devices irrespective of the
platform, language through the web to gai...
Testing of web services
A very well known testing of web services is soapUI
testing.
 Free and open.
 Need to test the W...
Cloud Computing
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What is Cloud Computing? Making use of the resources
available in the internet. This will be...
Conclusion - Prowess
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Property based testing of web services
To minimize cost.
To achieve zero tolerance.
I can as...
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  1. 1. PROWESS – Property-based testing on Web Services Thenraja Vettivelraj
  2. 2. PROWESS – Property based testing of Web Services Introduction  Functional Programming Language Haskell  Testing Property Based testing  Web Services  Property based testing of web services  Cloud Computing  Conclusion 
  3. 3. Introduction Project on the success of Pro test.  Develop tools and techniques for propertybased testing of web services.  To ensure the application is of zero tolerance. 
  4. 4. Functional Programming – Basics of Haskell Evaluation of expression rather than execution of commands. E.g., max 4 5 creates function as (max 4) 5 max 4 is a function and 5 is a parameter  No side effects It can’t change the state of a variable E.g., If a =5 it will be the same throughout the program  Referential Transparency Pure computation yields same value each time they called E.g., Call a function which squares a number.  Haskell is statically typed(type of every expression known at compile time) and it has type inference. E.g., a=4+4 – Compiler knows what is string and number 
  5. 5. Functional Programming – Basics of Haskell         Everything in Haskell has a type. E.g., :t `H` :: Char, 5 :: Integer Haskell is lazy – Unless specifically told otherwise Haskell won’t execute functions and calculate things until it is forced to show you a result. Module – Collection of relation, type and type classes. All under prelude module which is imported by default. Function – add :: Integer->Integer->Integer Where A and B arguments returning result of type C. I/O – (read, print getLine, putStr) Supports FFI Haskell compiler – GHC, Hugs, York Haskell Other languages - Erlang, F#, SML
  6. 6. Testing     To find the presence of bugs in the software In the software life cycle Testing plays a vital role. Three methods of Testing namely Black Box testing, Grey Box Testing and White Box testing. Each has it's own advantages and disadvantages. Manual Testing(Testing is carried out without the help of external software) and Automated Testing(Testing is carried out with the help of external software) are the two types of Testing.
  7. 7. Property Based Testing        Overcome other testing methodologies. Specify properties formally and test the code against those properties. provides a specification of the program, in the form of properties which functions should satisfy, Tester needs only specify the generic structure of valid inputs for the program under test, plus certain properties (regarding the program's behaviour and the input and output relation) which are expected to hold for every valid input. Improves quality - Finds more bugs, achieves better coverage since testing wth the real code Reduces cost - Less test code, shrinking speeds diagnosis. Quicktest , PropEr for automation; supports many languages.
  8. 8. Web Services  Communicating between two electronic devices irrespective of the platform, language through the web to gain a service.  Web services – SOAP and REST  Mainly based on HTTP(communication protocol) and XML.  The Client machine(Service Consumer) and the Server machine (Service provider) communicate using SOAP protocol over HTTP.  SOAP is a communication protocol based on xml for sending messages of W3C standard.  E.g., Getting information on flight schedule  Bottom up approach.(web service methods and WSDL file created automatically) and Top down is Vice versa  WSDL is a XML file (describes about the web service). UDDI (directory service and also can store information about web services)  REST – specifies guidelines for Client – Server interaction. Resource accessed using URI’s by the clients. Like paste the address on the browser in order to access particular resource on the server which may be of any formats. E.g., HTML, Jpeg, pdf etc.  Client can directly access the resource by URI(http://test.com/resources/index.html) and the response is human readable.  Rest uses HTTP communication stateless protocol and it’s uses the methods GET(retrieve), PUT,(update) POST(create) and DELETE(delete)
  9. 9. Testing of web services A very well known testing of web services is soapUI testing.  Free and open.  Need to test the WSDL file.  Load the WSDL file and open functions will appear.  From the function we can start doing our testing. 
  10. 10. Cloud Computing      What is Cloud Computing? Making use of the resources available in the internet. This will be achieved by logging into the remote Servers. The resources may be Web Servers, Servers, Software files etc. This may be either pay as you go or free service that depends on the Vendor. Cloud computing is broadly divided into three categories. SaaS (Software as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service), IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service). Starting from the day-to-day activities like bank account details, passwords, highly confidential things or conversations have been stored in the cloud. Eg., Google, Amazon etc
  11. 11. Conclusion - Prowess     Property based testing of web services To minimize cost. To achieve zero tolerance. I can assure that will give my best and work hard for the success for the project.

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