Build the DCP Tester
To Build the DCP Tester the following Libararies needed to be installed:
- Codesynthesis XSD
You can use CMake to build the DCP Tester. On a linux host e. g.:
cd /directory/of/DCPLib mkdir -p build pushd build cmake .. cmake --build
How to Use the DCP Tester
To test a DCP slave implementation you need to do the following steps:
- Generate a test file, e.g. with the dcp-test-generator
- Execute the test
Generate a test file
Generate a test file from the slaves description file (dcpx), which will be tested, and a choosen transport protocol. E. g. the following snippet can be used to generate a test file for an slave implementation over UDP, by using the dcp-test-generator.
dcp-test-generator -dcpx /Path/To/Dcpx -UDP
Depending on the information about the transport protocol in the dcpx, some informations may needed additionally by the test generator. E. g. the UDP host and port is not given in the dcpx.
dcp-test-generator -dcpx /Path/To/Dcpx -UDP --host 127.0.0.1 --port 6000
Execute the test
To execute a test file the tool dcp-tester is used. E. g. the following snippet can be used to execute a test file.
dcp-tester -test /Path/to/Test
Usage of the DCP Tester
Usage: dcp-tester [OPTIONS] Options: -h,--help Print this help message and exit -t,--test TEXT REQUIRED DCP test file to test. -i,--ip TEXT IP address of the slave to test. Default: Value from test file. -p,--port UINT Port of the slave to test. Default: Value from test file. --tester-port UINT Port of the tester. Default: 25000 -l,--logfile TEXT Logfile in which the logs will be written. --udp UDP/IPv4 will be used as transport protocol. --tcp TCP/IPv4 will be used as transport protocol. -v,--verbose If set Logs will be displayed.
- 2018 - 2019: The work on this tool was done by the Simulation & Modelling Group of the Leibniz Universität Hannover.
- 2015 - 2018: The work on this tool was done in the contex of the ITEA3 Project ACOSAR (N◦14004) by the Simulation & Modelling Group of the Leibniz Universität Hannover. The ACOSAR project was partially funded by the Austrian Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies (COMET) program, the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), and by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under the support code 01lS15033A.