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    Title: A framework for testing DBMS features
    Authors: Lo, Eric;Binnig, Carsten;Kossmann, Donald;Ozsu, M. Tamer;Hon, Wing-Kai
    教師: 韓永楷
    Date: 2010
    Publisher: Springer Verlag
    Relation: VLDB JOURNAL,Volume: 19,Issue: 2,Pages: 203-230,Published: APR 2010
    Keywords: SUM
    Abstract: Testing a specific feature of a DBMS requires controlling the inputs and outputs of the operators in the query execution plan. However, that is practically difficult to achieve because the inputs/outputs of a query depend on the content of the test database. In this paper, we propose a framework to test DBMS features. The framework includes a database generator called QAGen so that the generated test databases are able to meet the test requirements defined on the test queries. The framework also includes a set of tools to automate test case constructions and test executions. A wide range of DBMS feature testing tasks can be facilitated by the proposed framework.
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