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Webinar Recording


Duration: 60 minutes

Language: English


Jason Maters and Nigel Rozier 

VectorCAST: Measuring Architectural Code Coverage

Often, in order to satisfy software safety standards, evidence is required to prove that 100% of the code has been tested. In a previous Webinar we took a working program and demonstrated that through a combination of system testing, unit testing, and Coverage by Analysis, 100% structural code coverage was achieved. (link to past webinar).


However is 100% structural code coverage sufficient to prove the code has been fully tested (and does this fulfil the requirements of the safety standard)?


During the 45 minute webinar we will continue our exploration into code testing by proving that the control and data flow between architectural components in the implementation match what was intended by the design. We will also prove that these flows have been tested.


Join us for a complimentary webinar on February 23rd as we cover how VectorCAST can help you automate data and control coupling analysis. You will learn:




- What is architectural code coverage?


- How VectorCAST can use your existing source code, build scripts and requirements based tests to generate a coupling analysis


- How you have the flexibility to define the components based on your system architecture


- What reports are created to assist you in performing the coupling verification and validation



Target Group


Software Engineers, System Test Engineers, Software Testers and others involved in QA and Safety Standards.