automation language


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automation language

A programming language, such as JavaScript or VBScript, which is used to automate procedures that might normally be done interactively from menus. See scripting language.
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Open2Test and the Designer enhancement are tool and technology agnostic and utilize an open and extensible test automation language with high-fidelity automation, reducing quality risk to software," said Raj Rao, vice president of Global QA and Testing Services at Keane.
Other open RFIs cover Business Rules Management, Software Radar Interfaces, Software Defined Radio Common Services, and two topics relating to Space: a Ground Operations Automation Language, and Space Ground Segment Resource Scheduling.
In Orlando, OMG opened RFIs in four areas: Business Rules Management; Software Radar Interfaces; and two topics relating to Space: a Ground Operations Automation Language, and Space Ground Segment Resource Scheduling.
Additionally, TAP-in introduced in March of 1999, the VERA(TM) test bench automation language, enabling the adoption and evolution of the VERA high-level verification language to improve the productivity and interoperability of verification design environments.
Additionally, TAP-in introduced in March of 1999, the VERA testbench automation language, enabling the adoption and evolution of the VERA high-level verification language to improve the productivity and interoperability of verification design environments.
A licensing agreement with iX Corporation was also announced by Legent that gives customers the ability to utilize the REXX scripting language as a common enterprise-wide automation language.
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