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From Florian Müller <>
Subject Re: tck - getContentChanges - latestChangeLogToken
Date Tue, 23 Oct 2012 15:54:33 GMT
 Hi Michael,

 The spec also says:
 "Repositories that support the changeLogToken event MUST expose the 
 latest change log token (i.e. the change log token corresponding to the 
 most recent change to any object in the repository) as a property 
 returned by the getRepositoryInfo service."

 That sounds to me that the latestChangeLogToken must not be null if 
 getContentChanges is supported.

 If there are no initial changes, you could return a token that 
 expresses that.


> Hi,
> What should latestChangeLogToken be if getContentChanges returns no 
> changes?
> The spec says
> "String latestChangeLogToken: The change log token corresponding to
> the last change event in changeEvents."
> However, changeEvents is empty, so there is no last change.
> Currently I return null, but the tck checks for not null in
> ContentChangesSmokeTest (line 65).
> Maybe the tck should only do that check if changeEvents is not empty.
> Michael

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