Archive for October, 2010

Form Validation with Rule Bases

A lot of our web applications contain a large number of forms with hundreds of fields and complex cross-field constraints. mgm’s quality assurance team uses rule bases and automatic form validation to verify the correctness of these apps. This blog series discusses the challenges in generating test data for this verification and explains our automated process for producing masses of test data by utilizing the rule bases.

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A Powerful Combo: Power Architect and LiquiBase

Using the open source tools Power Architect, LiquiBase and Subversion, we have built an integrated tool chain for data modeling and database script management for various DBMS products. The evolution of the data model is guided by a change process on top of the tool chain. In this first part of the series, I introduce the tool-chain and discuss its benefits such as portability, reuse, and generated documentation.

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