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From Fernando Padilla <>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (OPENJPA-820) slices: a simple query is failing (unique, but totally sending wrong parameters to SQL)
Date Thu, 11 Dec 2008 00:19:37 GMT
Thank you for responding.

 > 3. What was that point about that *reproducible* test case again?

:) I know, you can give me shit about not having a reproducible test 
case.. but that is why I believe documenting everything in jira is even 
more important.  I am documenting evidence of the bug, which someone 
could argue should go there, so anyone that wants to try to fix the bug 
can get all pertinent information..

So, now that I have your attention, let's start to discuss.. what do you 
think it could be?  Any ideas?  Any other code I can review?

ps - how come your unit tests didn't catch the other bugs that I filed? 
  other very very simple queries, inserting of objects, sorting of 
queries, etc..  Are the slices unit tests working properly?

Pinaki Poddar wrote:
> Hi,
>> I made comments on the bug itself, so we can document the whole issue:
> 1. We have maintained a distinction between JIRA and Nabble mail forum such
> that once an issue is sufficiently discussed in Nabble and matured then a
> corresponding JIRA issue is created. That does
> filter out conversational chatter (for which this Nabble forum is more
> suitable) and gives due importance to a JIRA issue that is classified as a
> critical bug.
>   So you are requested a) to use this Nabble forum as you continue reporting
> the results of your experimentation 
>   b) consider raising JIRA issue, preferably with a reproducible test case
> because that is the best way for you to communicate the failed use case and
> also for us to attempt a resolution. 
> c) choose between these two fora (Nabble and JIRA) according to the nature
> of communication.
> 2. > I'll try posting the "relevant portion of the failing use case", but I
> just did.  
> I may have missed it amidst your words :) On an ideal day, I was looking for
> a reproducible JUnit Test case. But specifically I was looking for real code
> (not english description) that originates p0 and sets the parameter 'p0' to
> the query.
> Personally, I often find it more useful to generate a JUnit test case to
> isolate/debug a failing usage. 
>> the annoying part, is that it seems intermittent :(
>> oI can't reproduce it at the moment :(
> 3. What was that point about that *reproducible* test case again?

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