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From Ben Dewey <>
Subject RE: M2 test matrix
Date Wed, 28 Oct 2009 01:01:54 GMT

-Ben Dewey

-----Original Message-----
From: Kent Brown [] 
Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2009 8:59 PM
Subject: RE: M2 test matrix

Since there were no more suggestions, I'd like a vote that this is a sufficient test matrix
(for the CBS portions) to release M2.


-----Original Message-----
From: Kent Brown [] 
Sent: Tuesday, October 20, 2009 12:21 PM
Subject: M2 test matrix

I think as of yesterday that Pablo has installations of the .NET and Sun versions of M2 and
is starting interop testing.  I wanted to throw out my suggestion for a manageable test matrix
and see if we can get a vote:

My thinking is we have 4 main components involved in the Claims-based security to test this
1) Client app
2) Passive STS
3) Business Service
4) Active STS

If we test every permutation for between .NET, Metro, and WSAS, and PHP, it may be an unmanageable
amount of work.  I would like to propose that we test the following minimally and then see
what else we can accomplish.

Single stack:
1) .NET Client/Passive --> .NET Business/Active
2) Sun Client/Passive  --> Sun Business/Active
3) WSO2 ?

Multiple stack testing:
1) .NET Client/Passive --> Sun Business/Active
2) Sun Client/Passive  --> /.NET Business/Active
3) .NET Client/Passive --> WSAS Business/Active
4) Sun Client/Passive  --> WSAS Business/Active

Chintana/Shankar - can you weigh in (remind me) what scnearios you've implemented?  Do you
have a Passive STS implmentation?  Or can your web app work with Sun and/or .NET Passive STS?



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