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From "Craig Russell (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (JDO-611) GetObjectIdForPersistentInterface - Implementation Class / PICompany / ICompany Mess
Date Thu, 06 Nov 2008 16:26:01 GMT

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Craig Russell commented on JDO-611:
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For easy reference, this is the test case method: 
    public void testGetObjectId() { 
        if (!runsWithApplicationIdentity()) { 
            printNonApplicableIdentityType( 
                    "GetObjectIdForPersistentInterface", 
                    APPLICATION_IDENTITY); 
            return; 
        } 
        pm = getPM(); 
        Transaction tx = pm.currentTransaction(); 
        ICompany icompany = (ICompany)pm.newInstance(ICompany.class); 
        icompany.setCompanyid(1001); 
        icompany.setName("GooTube"); 
        icompany.setFounded(new Date()); 

        tx.begin(); 
        pm.makePersistent(icompany); 
        LongIdentity ioid = (LongIdentity)pm.getObjectId(icompany); 
        tx.commit(); 

        Class icompanyOidClass = ioid.getTargetClass(); 
        if (icompanyOidClass != icompany.getClass()) 
            appendMessage(ASSERTION_FAILED + 
                 " getObjectId(icompany) should return interface class.\n" + 
                    "expected: " + icompany.getClass().getName() + "\n" + 
                    "actual: " + icompanyOidClass.getName()); 
        failOnError(); 

a) and b) I agree. The ICompany interface isn't persistent, so the newInstance and addTearDownClass
should use PICompany instead of ICompany. 

c) I agree that the check is wrong. Here's the spec: 
<spec> 
For interfaces and classes that use a SingleFieldIdentity as the object-id class, if the returned
in- 
stance is subsequently made persistent, the target class stored in the object-id instance
is the param- 
eter of the newInstance method that created it. 
</spec> 

So the check should verify that the target class for the oid instance is the PICompany.class
(with changes as above). Here's what I'd propose to change: 

if (icompanyOidClass != PICompany.class) 

Actually, I'd like to change the variable name to pICompanyOidTargetClass so it's clear that
the class being retrieved from the oid instance is the target class. 

WDYT?

> GetObjectIdForPersistentInterface - Implementation Class / PICompany / ICompany  Mess
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: JDO-611
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JDO-611
>             Project: JDO
>          Issue Type: Test
>          Components: tck2
>    Affects Versions: JDO 2 maintenance release 2
>            Reporter: Ilan Kirsh
>
> I have two issues with this test:
> (1)
> IMO, PICompany should be written instead of ICompany:
> (a)
> ICompany icompany = (ICompany)pm.newInstance(PICompany.class);
>   instead of:
> ICompany icompany = (ICompany)pm.newInstance(ICompany.class);
> and:
> (b)
> addTearDownClass(PICompany.class);
>   instead of:
> addTearDownClass(ICompany.class);
> ICompany is not persistence capable, so the implementation does not have to handle it.
> (2)
> I think that the following check is wrong:
> if (icompanyOidClass != icompany.getClass())
> icompany.getClass()  => the physical internal implementation class
> icompanyOidClass  => the logical interface (PICompany)
> Actually and exception should be thrown if (icompanyOidClass == icompany.getClass())

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