Elvior TestCast is a TTCN-3 test development and execution platform which includes TTCN-3 editor, TTCN-3 compiler and TTCN-3 executive. TestCast can be used for testing software or hardware components in a wide range of industry sectors. Candidate systems for testing with TestCast can be found from the industry sectors where TTCN-3 is widely used as an accepted generic test language - telecommunication, IOT, transport and automotive, military and defense.
TestCast is ideal for incremental project development. It can be used for testing of an individual task or process. One can continue with the integration tests of a subsystem consisting of processes and later to integrate those subsystems and test them together as a whole software subsystem. It is even possible to continue to perform software/hardware integration tests where TestCast can be used to test software embedded in target hardware.
TestCast has really fast TTCN-3 compiler - the fastest compiler on the market.
TestCast is one of the two TTCN-3 test tools on the market that have passed the first TTCN-3 plugtest organized by European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI) in 2009.
(Elvior TestCast Professional Edition)
TTCN-3 editor, compiler, execution
TTCN-3 test suite viewer
Supports TTCN-3: 2003 … TTCN-3: 2015
Supports TTCN-3 extensions:
Configuration and Deployment Support
Extended TRI (xTRI)
Support of interfaces with continuous signals
TRI and xTRI mapping for C, C++, C#, Java
TCI mapping for C, C++, C#, Java
Out of the box adapters for:
ASN.1 PER and BER
Graphical IDE for managing test projects
Command line option for TTCN-3 compilation and execution
Test management features
Graphical and textual view of logs
Test logs playback feature
System adapter creation for
Message based communication
Procedure based communication
WIndows (32, 64 bit)
Linux (32, 64 bit), requires Mono 2.6.7 or higher
Floating- and node-locked licenses
Now with graphical logging:
There are 3 different editions of Elvior TestCast: TestCast MBT Edition, TestCast Professional Edition and TestCast Runtime Edition. > further information