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Test architecture to validate HAVi compliance.

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000007519D
Publication Date: 2002-Apr-03
Document File: 2 page(s) / 20K

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Test architecture to validate HAVi compliance

HAVi allows uploading of Java modules which can execute in a HAVi device by calling a Java API defined by HAVi. Normally, HAVi compliance testing only takes place by sending and receiving messages through the IEEE 1394 network. This does not make it possible to check whether the Java API is conforming to the standard.

To improve compliance testing it is proposed to build gateway software modules, in either uploadable Java code or native code, which are loaded in the device to be tested. The gateway modules communicate via IEEE 1394 to a test device, allowing the test device to check the Java API in the device under test.

Disclosed Anonymously

Test architecture to validate HAVi compliance

HAVi allows uploading of Java modules which can execute in a HAVi device by calling a Java API defined by HAVi. Normally, HAVi compliance testing only takes place by sending and receiving messages through the IEEE 1394 network. This does not make it possible to check whether the Java API is conforming to the standard.

To improve compliance testing it is proposed to build gateway software modules, in either uploadable Java code or native code, which are loaded in the device to be tested. The gateway modules communicate via IEEE 1394 to a test device, allowing the test device to check the Java API in the device under test.

Disclosed Anonymously