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From Alex Karasulu <aok...@bellsouth.net>
Subject Re: [jira] Resolved: (DIREVE-216) Adding new object classes to an entry removes the old ones
Date Wed, 10 Aug 2005 19:24:06 GMT
Stefan Zoerner wrote:

> Hi Alex!
>
> Thank you for the fast fix. I rebuilded the server and the LDIF defect 
> as described in DIREVE-216 disappeared. Great.
> Thank you as well for integrating my little test case. I will use your 
> modified (and more accurate, ctx.close() ...) class as a blueprint for 
> simular situations in the future.
>
No thanks to you an Ugo I was able to isolate the problem.  Oh and yes 
this format for test cases would help greatly because it enables me to 
start the server in the test case, then execute the SUN JNDI test code.  
This way the test is standalone and hands free: maven will not choke if 
it does not fine a server running at a specific port which is never 
guarranteed to be present.

> Currently I test all examples of my book against Apache Directory 
> Server. I have to finish the book until mid September, therefore I 
> must concentrate on the book (and my main job, unfortuantly). It would 
> be more interesting for me to learn more about your server. Maybe it 
> is possible to share your slides of the ApacheCon with us after the 
> conference?

Sure they should be made available.   Well testing the server as you are 
doing is valueble.  This is what will weed out the bugs.  As you find 
them I'll do my best to kill the bugs.

> Test cases integrated in the project and its build are nice. But I 
> think it would also interesting to have a test suite which runs the 
> complete JNDI functionality against an arbitrary LDAP server (e.g. 
> Apache Directory Server) and has no dependency on ApacheDS. Maybe it 
> is possible to integrate this suite in the build later on like a black 
> box test ...

That would be great!  A protocol test suite is something I've been 
looking for for ages.  Finally I thought we'd just have to build one.  
If you are interested in this you have my full support.  We can 
regression test the server right before every release this way.

Thanks again Stefan,
Alex



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