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From rlu...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: jakarta-watchdog-4.0/src/conf servlet-gtest.xml
Date Tue, 15 Jan 2002 16:16:53 GMT
rlubke      02/01/15 08:16:53

  Modified:    src/conf servlet-gtest.xml
  Log:
   -Excluded HttpServletResponse and HttpServletResponseWrapper tests
    for sendError(int,String).  These tests expect that the value passed
    to msg should be used as the reason-phrase in the HTTP response status-line.
    However, there is nothing in the spec that states this is the required
    behavior.  This will be addressed in the next spec.
  
   -Modified the gtest task for the HEAD test of HttpServletRequest to
    expect a header indicating test success instead of relying on the current
    behavior of sendError(int,String).  Also added an additional attribute to
    assert that a response body is not returned when a client issues a HEAD
    request to a target server.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.30      +42 -4     jakarta-watchdog-4.0/src/conf/servlet-gtest.xml
  
  Index: servlet-gtest.xml
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-watchdog-4.0/src/conf/servlet-gtest.xml,v
  retrieving revision 1.29
  retrieving revision 1.30
  diff -u -r1.29 -r1.30
  --- servlet-gtest.xml	11 Jan 2002 22:07:12 -0000	1.29
  +++ servlet-gtest.xml	15 Jan 2002 16:16:53 -0000	1.30
  @@ -1743,7 +1743,8 @@
           <gtest request="HEAD /servlet-tests/GetMethod_HEADTest HTTP/1.0"
               testName="GetMethod_HEADTest" debug="0"
               host="${host}" port="${port}" exactMatch="true"
  -            returnCode="200" returnCodeMsg="GetMethod_HEADTest PASSED"
  +            returnCode="200" expectHeaders="status:GetMethod_HEADTest PASSED"
  +            expectResponseBody="false"
               assertion="Returns the name of the HTTP method with which this request was
made, for example, GET, POST, or PUT.,specified in the Java Servlet Pages Specification v2.3,
Sec 14"
               testStrategy="A test for HttpServletRequest.getMethod() HEAD method."
           />
  @@ -2145,6 +2146,14 @@
               testStrategy="Issue a request to target servlet which will call sendError()
and then add a header to the response. The added header should not be visible to the client."
           />
   
  +<!-- START EXCLUDE SendError_StringTest
  +
  +     Test has been excluded due to ambiguity in the spec regarding 
  +     the HTTP status line's reason-phrase being populated with the value
  +     of msg in a call to response.sendError(int,String).
  +     This is on the slate to be clarified for the next spec.
  +
  +
           <gtest request="GET /servlet-tests/SendError_StringTest HTTP/1.0"
               testName="SendError_StringTest" debug="0"
               host="${host}" port="${port}" exactMatch="true"
  @@ -2153,10 +2162,12 @@
               testStrategy="A test for HttpServletResponse.sendError(int sc, java.lang.String
msg) method."
           />
   
  +END EXCLUDE SendError_StringTest -->
  +
           <gtest request="GET /servlet-tests/SendError_StringIgnoreHeaderTest HTTP/1.0"
               testName="SendError_StringIgnoreHeaderTest" debug="0"
               host="${host}" port="${port}" exactMatch="true"
  -            returnCode="100" returnCodeMsg="in SendError_StringIgnoreHeaderTest servlet"
  +            returnCode="100" 
               unexpectedHeaders="HttpServletResponse:sendErrorMsgIgnoreHeader"
               assertion="Verify that headers added after sendError(int,String) are ignored
by the container. Servlet Specification 2.3 section SRV.5.2."
               testStrategy="Issue a request to target servlet which will call sendError()
and then add a header to the response. The added header should not be visible to the client."
  @@ -2788,6 +2799,13 @@
               testStrategy="Client calls a servlet who's response has been wrapped. The wrapper
object adds a specific header to the response object and calls the responses sendError method."
           />
   
  +<!-- START EXCLUDE HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgTest
  +
  +     Test has been excluded due to ambiguity in the spec regarding 
  +     the HTTP status line's reason-phrase being populated with the value
  +     of msg in a call to response.sendError(int,String).  This is on the
  +     slate to be clarified for the next spec.
  +
           <gtest request="GET /servlet-tests/hsresw/HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgTest
HTTP/1.0"
               testName="HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgTest" debug="0"
               host="${host}" port="${port}" exactMatch="true"
  @@ -2797,6 +2815,8 @@
               testStrategy="Client calls a servlet who's response has been wrapped. The wrapper
object adds a specific header to the response object and calls the responses sendError method."
           />
   
  +END EXCLUDE HttpServletResonseWrapperSendErrorMsgTest -->
  +
           <gtest request="GET /servlet-tests/hsresw/HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgIgnoreHeaderTest
HTTP/1.0"
               testName="HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgIgnoreHeaderTest" debug="0"
               host="${host}" port="${port}" exactMatch="true"
  @@ -5024,7 +5044,7 @@
           <gtest request="HEAD /servlet-tests/GetMethod_HEADTest HTTP/1.0"
               testName="GetMethod_HEADTest" debug="0"
               host="${host}" port="${port}" exactMatch="true"
  -            returnCode="200" returnCodeMsg="GetMethod_HEADTest PASSED"
  +            returnCode="200" expectHeaders="status:GetMethod_HEADTest PASSED"
               assertion="Returns the name of the HTTP method with which this request was
made, for example, GET, POST, or PUT.,specified in the  Java Servlet Pages Specification v2.3,
Sec 14"
               testStrategy="A test for HttpServletRequest.getMethod() HEAD method."
           />
  @@ -5515,6 +5535,13 @@
           />
       </target>
   
  +<!-- START EXCLUDE SendError_StringTest
  +
  +     Test has been excluded due to ambiguity in the spec regarding 
  +     the HTTP status line's reason-phrase being populated with the value
  +     of msg in a call to response.sendError(int,String).
  +     This is on the slate to be clarified for the next spec.
  +
       <target name="SendError_StringTest">
           <gtest request="GET /servlet-tests/SendError_StringTest HTTP/1.0"
               testName="SendError_StringTest" debug="0"
  @@ -5525,11 +5552,13 @@
           />
       </target>
   
  +END EXCLUDE SendError_StringTest -->
  +
       <target name="SendError_StringIgnoreHeaderTest">
           <gtest request="GET /servlet-tests/SendError_StringIgnoreHeaderTest HTTP/1.0"
               testName="SendError_StringIgnoreHeaderTest" debug="0"
               host="${host}" port="${port}" exactMatch="true"
  -            returnCode="100" returnCodeMsg="in SendError_StringIgnoreHeaderTest servlet"
  +            returnCode="100" 
               unexpectedHeaders="HttpServletResponse:sendErrorMsgIgnoreHeader"
               assertion="Verify that headers added after sendError(int,String) are ignored
by the container.  Servlet Specification 2.3 section SRV.5.2."
               testStrategy="Issue a request to target servlet which will call sendError()
and then add a header to the response. The added header should not be visible to the client."
  @@ -6274,6 +6303,13 @@
           />
       </target>
   
  +<!-- START EXCLUDE HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgTest
  +
  +     Test has been excluded due to ambiguity in the spec regarding 
  +     the HTTP status line's reason-phrase being populated with the value
  +     of msg in a call to response.sendError(int,String).
  +     This is on the slate to be clarified for the next spec.
  +                    
       <target name="HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgTest">
           <gtest request="GET /servlet-tests/HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgTest
HTTP/1.0"
               testName="HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgTest" debug="0"
  @@ -6284,6 +6320,8 @@
               testStrategy="Client calls a servlet who's response has been wrapped.  The
wrapper object adds a specific header to the  response object and calls the responses sendError
method."
           />
       </target>
  +
  +END EXCLUDE HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgTest -->
   
       <target name="HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgIgnoreHeaderTest">
           <gtest request="GET /servlet-tests/HttpServletResponseWrapperSendErrorMsgIgnoreHeaderTest
HTTP/1.0"
  
  
  

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