Compuware readies fault simulation, security tools

Tuesday, 18 January 2005, 12:10 AM EST

Offerings set for Microsoft apps development platform Compuware on Tuesday will announce tools providing fault simulation and security analysis for developers building applications on the Microsoft platform.

DevPartner Fault Simulator tests and debugs error-handling code in native and .Net managed code without disrupting the application operation or debugging environment, Compuware said. This is done through use of simulated faults injected into the application code. The simulator enables the application to act as if a fault were present so the reaction can be monitored without affecting other applications or the operating system, according to Compuware.

By Paul Krill at PC World.

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