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From "Craig Russell (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (JDO-141) Add getObjectsById tests
Date Wed, 21 Sep 2005 00:29:28 GMT
Add getObjectsById tests

         Key: JDO-141
         URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-141
     Project: JDO
        Type: Test
  Components: tck20  
 Environment: TCK
    Reporter: Craig Russell

12.5.6-17 [Collection getObjectsById (Collection oids); Object[] getObjectsById (Object[]
oids); Collection getObjectsById (Collection oids, boolean validate); Object[] getObjectsById
(Object[] oids, boolean validate); The getObjectsById method attempts to find instances in
the cache with the specified JDO identities. The elements of the oids parameter object might
have been returned by earlier calls to getObjectId or getTransactionalObjectId, or might have
been constructed by the application. If a method with no validate parameter is used, the method
behaves exactly as the correspond ing method with the validate flag set to true. If the Object[]
form of the method is used, the returned objects correspond by position with the object ids
in the oids parameter. If the Collection form of the method is used, the iterator over the
returned Collection returns instances in the same order as the oids returned by an iterator
over the parameter Collection. The cardinality of the return value is the same as the cardinality
of the oids parameter. ]

The test case api.persistencemanager.GetObjectsById needs a test method per API per validate
parameter, or six altogether. testCollection, testArray, testCollectionValidateTrue, testCollectionValidateFalse,
testArrayValidateTrue, testArrayValidateFalse.

The setUp method creates 50 persistent instances of type PCPoint and stores the ids in an
ArrayList and the instances in a separate ArrayList. The test cases getObjectsById and verify
that the objects returned match the objects that are in the object list.

There are no negative tests.

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