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Subject: Re: [ebxml-iic] Test Framework Question

    What particular sectio of the spec are you reading?  The answer is:  yes, one Test Requirement may have multip;e Test Cases to verify that an implemenatation satisfies that requirement.  For instance,
a Test Requirement that states that all ebXML extension elements MUST have a "soap:mustUnderstand" attribute present.  This may require multip;e Test Cases to verify that an implementation does this.
(one Test Case for SyncReply, one Test Case for Acknowledgment testing, one Test Case for MessageStatus testing...etc...)   So, each of those Test Cases would point to that single Test Requirement, and ALL of them must
pass successfully for an implementation to say that it satisfies that requirement.
   A Test Driver identifies which TCs satisfy a requirement by examining the TC's "requirementReferenceID".. which is a pointer (via ID) to that particular TR.  A Test Driver then executes all TC's that "point" to a particular TR.
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Sent: Monday, September 27, 2004 11:24 AM
Subject: [ebxml-iic] Test Framework Question

Jacques and Mike et.al,
I looked over the TF doc and have a question. In the test material, Test Profile is an aggregation of Test Requirements. Test Driver takes a Test Profile and searches for associated Test Cases and execute them.
However, in one section the it is describing that a TR may have multiple TCs associated as one may have multiple ways of validating the TR. The question is how the Test Driver can identify a specific TC for a TR that has multiple TCs associated or I am missing something?
Thank you,

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