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TTCN-3 edition 2019 published

The TTCN-3 edition 2019 (v4.11.1) has been published by ETSI. You have access via TTCN-3 Standards or the updated Quick Reference Card.

New or updated definitions in part 1 (core notation) include:

  • Control part replaced by control function: 8.0, 8.3, 26, 26.2
  • Test case invocation and control component: 16.3, 26.3
  • altstep with interleave functionality (named interleave): 16.2.0
  • call test component (start with blocking): 21.3.10
  • qualified form of enum values: 6.2.4
  • module parameter templates: 8.2.1
  • @deterministic for formal parameter and variables: 5.4.1,, 11.1, 11.2
  • @deterministic for templates: 15.3, 15.5
  • @control for functions and altsteps: 16.1, 16.1.3, 16.1.5, 16.2
  • catch any exception for specific signature: 22.3.6

Please note, that some of the deprecated feature have been now removed from the standard: Recursive Import, Sizeoftype, external constants, prefixing enumerated values, record of/arrays being compatible with records, UCS-2 predefined predefined variant attribute, prefixing local definitions with module identifiers, matching incompatible types.

UCAAT 2019

ETSI's user conference on Advanced Automated Testing (UCAAT 2019) will be hosted in Bordeaux in October 2019. This conference is the perfect location to discuss the future evolution of TTCN-3. You may submit your recent experiences and work around TTCN-3 for presentation. Please follow the Call for presentation of UCAAT 2019.

TTCN-3 Object-Oriented Features

The new TTCN-3 language extension Object-Oriented Features has been finalized and published as ETSI ES 203 790. You may access the document via the TTCN-3 Standards webpage or the latest TTCN-3 Quick Reference Card.

TTCN-3 Conformance ATS 2018

ETSI TC Methods for Testing and Specification (MTS) published the latest version of its TTCN-3 Conformance Test Suite. You may access the documents and the TTCN-3 test cases via the TTCN-3 Conformance Test Suites webpage.

TDL mapping to TTCN-3

ETSI TC MTS published the final version for the mapping of the Test Description Language (TDL) to TTCN-3. You may find the document here. For further information on TDL please vistit the TDL homepage.

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