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From "Lance J. Andersen" <Lance.Ander...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Geronimo subprojects?
Date Tue, 31 May 2005 12:25:28 GMT

That is correct.  For any standalone technology that is being released 
outside of J2EE, you need to pass the standalone version of the TCK.  
The tests are not always the same, as there are some additions and 
subtractions based on the requirements of
how the technology is defined to work outside of J2EE.

>> |
>> | It depends on the specifications the subproject is implementing  
>> and  if
>> | Sun has a stand-alone tck for the specifications.  For example,  
>> if  it
>> | were the Geronimo 'just a webserver edition' we could certify it   for
>> | servlets and jsp because they have standalone tcks, but if it   
>> were tx
>> | and jca we could not certify it since there are no standalone   
>> tcks for
>> | those specs.
>> Understood. My main question was if there was some sort of  
>> 'prohibition'
>> on the use of 'full system' pass/fail statistics for those pieces that
>> do, in fact, have their own tcks. [I don't view this as a roadblock to
>> anything, but a definite plus if each individual piece that was able
>> (due to having and passing their own tcks) could state it passes.]
> Yes.  If you want to know if the servlet part works on it's own, you  
> need to test it on it's own
> geir

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