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Subject: Re: [ubl-dev] Test Assertions for UBL Calculation Model?

I wouldn't disagree with any of this but just to note I'm working
with TAG TC at the moment (still too early to predict success) on
modularity of test assertions. Take for instance my package of
(latest version:
These assertions could be a core set and another set in another
file could reference these as test assertion external references.
The set of assertions which references the core could be part of
a customisation and could qualify the core assertion main set of
any set (test assertion set) with prerequisites (which have to be 
true for the referenced assertions to be considered relevant for

The latest draft of the Test Assertion Markup Language (v0.7)

has what I hope might prove to be the necessary constructs
(testAssertionRef and children) for making such refs to external
test assertions (see bottom of this archive of my email to TAG TC
http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/tag/200909/msg00041.html  )

It's early days but there are other groups already making use of this 
kind of test assertion methodology, just not yet using this particular
markup. Admittedly external test assertion references in executable
test assertions might be a bit advanced so need to proceed carefully.

Best regards

Stephen D Green

>>> JAVEST by Roberto Cisternino <roberto@javest.com> 22/09/09 22:41
I think we should provide "at least" the main assertions to avoid

There are information very easy to map in UBL, others are more

Many people do not read UBL annotations available on each schema, this

reason it is easy to get confused by some data structures.

The profile should not broke the main structure provided for UBL

Profiles should not broke main concepts...

It is fine we do not apply too many mandatory fields, but some relevant

data should be clearly mentioned in the specification and I think there

is a small set of assertions that we should provide (at least as a 
written indication)

To explain me better, I think we should print the annotations of some 
relevant information items in the specification, to underline the use
that specific information.

Oriol Bausà ha scritto:
> I do not know if we can do this on the full UBL data model... maybe 
> this has to be done when working on customizations...
> El 18/09/2009, a las 15:00, Stephen Green escribió:
>> What we lack is the conformance profiles which close them off
>> with a conformance profile and make them concrete for testing.
>> Or interoperability profiles, etc. So in effect 'just add subset'
>> probable more TAs).
>> How much of this do we want to do?
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JAVEST by Roberto Cisternino


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