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saravanan venkat
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Network Testing - Procedure
      #327876 - 09/03/06 10:39 PM

Hi All,

what are all the procedure available to follow N/W testing using Tcl(tool command language)?.

I dont have idea in Tcl.Can i easily understand Tcl to test N/W?

Plz give suggestions.....

Thank you....

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Re: Network Testing - Procedure [Re: saravanan venkat]
      #327923 - 09/04/06 05:00 AM

If you are untrained in TCL, it would be wise to get training and/or experiment on your own until you can comfortably develop the automated parts.

There are probably far too many test cases to list here. It might be good to develop an automation test plan that includes the cases you cover using TCL. Using your TCL training, you would then automate according to your plan.

http://www.tcl.tk/

As a parallel effort, it is suggested that you join a worldwide movement to promote training in tools such as these before trying to implement them. This movement originated here and needs your help. Do you need to do anything for this? Yes. Inform managers and peers that test automation is programming/software development. Also, spread the word that effective test automation is usually successful when management understands the latter and staffs properly esitmated projects such as these with skilled people. Thank you for your help in this important global awareness effort!


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Re: Network Testing - Procedure [Re: JakeBrake]
      #328048 - 09/05/06 05:08 AM

TCL is probably just one of many interfaces available to another tool which will actually conduct a test. Example, Ixia's product line contains TCL interfaces for automation purposes for designing tests, executing tests and extracting results.

Perhaps the place to begin is with the mastery of the underlying tool first, then add command functionality on top of that existing expertise.

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