|Re: [paho-dev] MQTT Server Setup for Testing of MQTT clients|
Roger,I have tests for malformed packets and the like too, in that case your approach is good.
But I also want to run tests with combinations of situations, and complex or randomized inputs. Then defining the correct results may be more work than it is worth.
I think there is a place for both approaches. We will be adding our existing tests for the C and Java clients. We'll be able to take a look at both styles when they're running.
I'm requesting a virtual server for Paho tests to use. Ian On 07/23/2013 10:44 PM, Roger Light wrote:
Hi Ian,I use a network proxy sitting between the client and server to allow testing of error conditions.That's good, but only allows you to model a subset of failures. I want to be able to test response to malformed packets, to incorrect behaviour at the remote broker/client and that sort of thing. Using a proxy doesn't fit that situation unless you program the proxy to do those things, at which point you've reimplemented the few lines of python that I wrote but with greater complexity. Cheers, Roger _______________________________________________ paho-dev mailing list paho-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/paho-dev
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