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Approval of minutes
Resolution: minutes of 2009-10-08 located at http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/sca-bpel/200910/msg00011.html approved
AI #0109 Mike Edwards - Send instructions for accessing Assembly Test Artifacts
Impact of removal of Constraining Type by SCA-Assembly
assembly removed constraining type. don't think there is any impact
there is only one mention in the abstract on page 2
Martin C almost proves that constraining type is a design time figment of someones imagination
Action: dieter to file an issue about constraining type
we need to get a detailed understanding of what needs to be done
... Mike has already walked through lot of details in the last 3 calls
... we still need to do a end-to-end look at a test
... we also need to look at the the bpel tests in assembly and see what is the remaining delta
not set up to do the end-to-end for bpel right now
... I can take us through what tests are present for BPEL
... wondering whether the rest of the TC thinks this is useful
Let's look at the Assembly structure that relates to BPEL implementations
one thing is to figure out how much testing work is remaining for us
Select the sca-assembly link
Select the TestCases link
ASM* contains tests that result in errors
The General_* contain tests that do not result in errors
Select General_BPEL contribution
Select src -> main -> resources
can those who are not speaking please mute their phones?
this contains set of BPEL processes and composites that use the BPEL processes
contain bpel processes that have services, references, properties, callbacks
we should look at which TAs are already covered and whether existing BPEL processes can be reused for other TAs
... the assembly test doc describes all these tests
the test case doc describes each individual test case
look at ASM_5006_TestCase in that document, for example
Mike walks thru ASM_5009_TestCase
so, for TestComposite1.composite in the General_BPEL directory:
Look at SBL-TA-2001
there are artifacts that are present in assembly that could be used to SBL-TA-2001 (or other TAs)
<!-- SCA property with name=serviceName -->
<variable name="serviceName" type="xsd:string" sca-bpelroperty="yes"/>
this assembly test I think tests SBL-TA-2003
what can we do offline before the next call
... we should go through the General_BPEL directory and try to reverse map to the TA doc
we can do divide and conquer
... should be easier to go from TA doc to existing tests
the other way around, everyone doesn't have to understand all the tests
Volunteers -- sanjay, anish
i can get all the structure ready for bpel
... also get one test case written
i'll do a test case for the fist TA
mike will do one test case and I'll go through the rest of the test cases and try to map it for the next call
"ACTION: dieter to file an issue about constraining type" is done - issue submitted - this will probably become BPEL-60
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