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From Julian Reschke <julian.resc...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: possibility of passing JCR TCK tests
Date Fri, 04 Jun 2010 09:24:35 GMT
On 17.05.2010 22:53, Subash Chaturanga wrote:
> Hi ,
> I had an experience of pass of some tests in a package that i have not
> implemented .May be those are tests which have tests dependent on other
> packages that i have already implemented and tested successfully.
> So I just wanna know that ,if my JCR TCK passes a test ,that means I am
> done with that test ? Or is there any possibility that i still might
> have problems ,even passing the tests.
> I am just new to JCR and these days testing a custom JCR impl with JCR TCK.

Many JCR features are optional. The tests usually check whether the 
repository claims to support something, and if it does not accepts 
NotSupportedExceptions instead.

What particular set of tests are you referring to?

Best regards, Julian

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