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Subject: [ASSEMBLY 140] Need TAs and testcases for property/@file and property/@many=true- PROPOSAL


I've looked at this one and my proposal is to Close with No Action.

The reason that there are no TAs and no testcases for property/@file and for property/@many is that
there are no normative statements for either of them.

The basic rule that we have followed so far is that Normative statement --> TA --> testcase.
No normative statement, no TA.

This makes it straightforward to relate each testcase and each TA to some specific part of the spec.

I am unwilling to change this principle.

So, if it is really important to have TAs and testcases here, then it is also important to have some normative
statements.  In that case, someone should raise issue(s) against the Assembly spec for those normative

I note that in practice, @many is going to get itself a testcase related to the normative statement ASM50044,
which will be dealt with under ASSEMBLY 159.

Yours,  Mike.

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