White-box testing of behavioral web service contracts with Pex

A web service exposes a public API that can be accessed by potentially hostile clients over the internet. Pex, a white-box test generation tool for .NET, can automatically create test inputs that cover comer cases of a web service implemented in .NET, simulating a malicous attacker.

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In  TAV-WEB '08: Proceedings of the 2008 workshop on Testing, analysis, and verification of web services and applications

Publisher  Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.
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