In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >, I asked:
Mr. Dewan wrote me privately. I'll quote part of that
below. Mr. Dewan, this'll probably work best if you con-
tinue to post your comments here in comp.lang.tcl, so
several people have the opportunity to help out.
"... The OS will most probably be Unix or Vxworks or
Symbian. Example of a test case could be making a mobile
connection (call) between two components of a wireless
To be successful at testing, you need to operationalize
those further. Unix/VxWorks/Symbian are promising
alternatives ... Conventional testing is an application
of predicate logic: construct propositions of the form
if certain actions are taken, then
a result is observable.
In your example, how are failure and success of the test
case known? Is it that a light somewhere starts to shine,
or someone hears a familiar voice, or, closer to Tcl's
heart, because a certain software application emits a
"Connection established" message?
I'm tempted to advise you just to fly me in for a day. I
have considerable experience in telecomm testing, and, I
suspect, could help you accelerate your progress.