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From Daniel John Debrunner <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Running tests both with and without sqlAuthorization=true
Date Fri, 03 Nov 2006 17:10:47 GMT
Bryan Pendleton wrote:
> During the review for DERBY-1490, several reviewers noted that it would
> be useful to be able to run various tests in two configurations:
>  - with sqlAuthorization=true
>  - with sqlAuthorization=false
> A good example of this is the test suite lang/altertable.sql, which
> currently runs with sqlAuthorization=true, but since there are a variety
> of different code paths for both sqlAuthorization configurations, it would
> be nice if this test suite also ran with sqlAuthorization=false.
> How does the new JUnit framework handle this situation? Will this problem
> "go away" when all the lang/*.sql tests have been converted to JUnit?

By default tests run in the old authorization mode.
A decorator utility method exists to run tests in SQL Authorization 
mode, TestConfiguration.sqlAuthorizationDecorator().

This allows the test to configure itself as it desires, not sure if it 
solves the "problem" or not. I would recommend trying to determine what 
value running the test in a different environment has. If the same test 
cases work and pass in both modes then probably no additional testing 
resulted due to the run in SQL authorization mode.

This page contains an initial FAQ list on how to with Derby's JUnit setup.



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