Stubs and drivers mean in software testing, in tests you write, your testing depends on one of the modules, functions, or part of the program, which has not yet been developed, and in any case that section can not be used at your current moment.
What test can be used in this situation?
Stacks are actually simulations of code snippets, functions, modules, or any part of your program that the test you are writing depends on, and this module has not really been programmed and stopped working.
For example, imagine there are two modules in your program. The first module is called Login and the second module is Dashboard, and the logic of the program is that after logging in, the user should be redirected to the dashboard page.
Now, let’s say the development of the Login module is over and you need to test the presence of the Dashboard module, but the Dashboard module is not yet developed and is not ready to be used.
In this situation, the developer simulates the Dashboard page by writing a piece of code to test the Login module.
In this scenario, the Dashboard is actually a Stub.
Stubs are actually using in so-call top-down tests.
Top-down tests are calling tests that simulate low-level modules that have not yet been develop, while high-level module development has come to an end.
Drivers are akin to stubs; it means that drivers are actually simulating a piece of code, a function, a module, or any part of your program that the test you are writing depends on, and this module is not really programmed and your work Has stopped
But the difference with the stoop is that they are used in so-called lower-up tests.
The bottom-up tests are called tests that simulate higher-level modules that have not yet been developed, while the development of low-level modules is over.
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Initial explanations about the domain:
For international domains:
In whois you will see the following sections:
Email: The domain owner’s email
Registrant Org: The name of the domain owner
Registrar: The name of the domain registration center (representatives of IAKAN) in Iran has registered the largest domains in the Real time register.
Registrar Status: The lock status of the domain is locking on if clientTransferProhibit is locate, and if you see OK, the domain is open.
Created date: Domain Registration Date
Expired on: expiration date of the domain
updated on: Last updated date
Name Server (s): DNSs connected to the domain
IP Address: IP Address Server Hosting
IP Location: The Geolocation of the Domain Hosting Service
ASN: The name of the ISP network server or large network such as the name of the data center
The following services are usually free:
Whois History: History of change profile on whois
IP History: The history of changing the IP of the desired domain hosting
Registrar History: History of changing the domain registration center
Hosting History: History of Changing Web Hosting Services
Whois Server: Usually displayed on the domain of the Whois.yoursrs.com server.
Server Type: Display the web server of the domain you are looking for
Response Code: The return code from the server, if it is 200, the site will open without problems.
Registry Admin ID: Domain administrator profile
Admin Email: Email Domain Manager
Registry Tech ID: Specifications for the technical domain
Tech Email: Email Domain Technical Administrator
For national domains:
remarks: (Domain Holder): The name of the domain owner
remarks: (Domain Holder Address): Full Domain Holder Address
holder-c: Domain Admin User ID
admin-c: Domain Admin Interface Id
tech-c: Domain technical administrator
nserver: DNSs connected to the domain
last-updated: Last updated
expire-date: expiration date
e-mail: The owner’s email or technical or administrative officer
address: Full address of the domain owner and their interfaces
phone: phone number
How to get whois
To check the ownership of a domain and its specifications, you can go to the service address below.