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Stress tests written for a large distributed stress system have many of the same quality goals as typical automated tests do, but also have some unique attributes: Run infinitely Stress tests ordinarily run forever, or until signaled to end. The standard implementation procedure for this is for the test to respond efficiently to a WM_CLOSE message so that the server can run tests for varying lengths of time. Memory usage Memory leaks by a test during stress typically manifest as failures in other tests resulting from a lack of resources. Ideally, stress tests do not leak memory. Because tests will run concurrently with several other tests, excessive use of processes, threads, or other system resources is also a practice to avoid. No known failures On many teams, it is a requirement that all tests are run anywhere from 24 hours to a week on a private computer with no failures before being added to the stress mix. The goal of the nightly stress run is to determine what the application or operating system will do when a variety of actions run in parallel and in varying sequences. If one test causes the same failure to occur on every single stress client computer, no new issues will be found, and an entire night of stress will have been wasted.
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Application compatibility testing typically focuses on interactions between the application or system under test and other applications. Other applications can include both internal and external applications. At Microsoft, the biggest efforts in application compatibility are undoubtedly the labors of the Windows team. Every new release of Windows adds new functionality, but must continue to support applications designed for previous versions of Windows. Application compatibility (aka app compat) affects most other Microsoft products as well. Microsoft Internet Explorer must continue to support relevant plug-ins or other add-on functionality; applications with a rich developer community such as Visual Studio or Office must also support a variety of third-party-generated functionality. Even support for previous file formats in new versions of an application is critical. The copy of Microsoft Office Word 2007 I am using to write this chapter supports previous Word document types, as well as templates and other add-ins created for previous versions of Word. Nearly every application I use supports opening files from previous versions of the application, opening files created by other applications, or a variety of add-in components that enhance program functionality. Application compatibility testing ensures that the interoperability between the application under test and all of these file formats and components continues to work correctly.
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Many teams at Microsoft maintain libraries of applications or components used entirely for application compatibility testing. The Windows Application Compatibility team has a library containing many hundreds of applications. There are similarly large libraries for teams such as Office, Windows CE, and
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the .NET Framework. Adopt an App Windows 95 was Microsoft's first 32-bit operating system targeted at the general consumer audience. At the time, Windows NT was the "business" version of Windows and supported a relatively minute number of applications. Windows 95, on the other hand, was expected to run new 32-bit applications, as well as a legacy code base of thousands of 16-bit Windows 3.1 applications. The big push into multimedia titles was under way, and we were finding a ton of bugs in Windows 95 running this class of applications. The schedule was already slipping and we needed action. Out of that pressure comes one of the great Microsoft stories about just getting things done that was first presented by David Cole in the book Inside Out: Microsoft In Our Own Words (Warner Business Books, 2000): "A boatload of multimedia titles came out for Windows 3.1 during the holiday season of 1994, and we found that many of them were not compatible with the upcoming Win 95 release. This was one of the reasons we had to delay the release. So rather than taking a pile of time ordering from the vendors, I had the wacky idea of driving my truck to the local Egghead and buying one of every multimedia title they had. "Since we needed quick testing, the idea was to literally give these titles to our employees to test at home or at work and they could then keep the title for their own use. "A couple of us drove on down to the Egghead and started grabbing one of everything and piling them up by the register. The three clerks there were kind of freaked out and wanted to know what the hell we were doing. We explained; their eyes opened wide and they were thrilled. One guy started ringing us up, but the cash register kept crashing. After three crashes and ringing up all these boxes three times he figured out that it crashed at about $10,000. So he rung things up to around $7K, then he would stop, get our credit card, and ring up the next batch. It took forever. I think the total was close to $20K. "We loaded everything up on the back of the truck, and the boxes filled the entire bed. I backed it up to the front door of building 5. "David Cole Back on campus, a few volunteers were recruited to unload this mountain of software into the cafeteria. Mail was sent to the entire product engineering team announcing the new "Adopt an App" program. Employees quickly flooded the cafeteria roaming around the tables trying to select from the hundreds of titles laid across the tables, and then sign a "contract" requiring them to report bugs or the success with the application running on the internal dogfood builds of the new operating system. All of the applications were "adopted" within hours. Dozens of bugs were filed and many more success stories were reported. Employees updated their computers with daily or weekly builds and continued to use their "adopted" applications. By the time Windows 95 shipped, most Windows 3.1 applications ran without a single problem all because of the success of beta testers and the Adopt an App program.
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