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From Frank Budinsky <fra...@ca.ibm.com>
Subject Re: [Java SDO CTS] enhancing the CTS
Date Fri, 05 Oct 2007 14:01:33 GMT
Hi Kelvin,

Getting the CTS structured in a way that better reflects exactly what APIs 
are being tested sounds like a great idea to me. I also like the idea of 
stub tests so that anybody, with a little time to spare, can easily 
write/contribute a missing test.

Frank.

"kelvin goodson" <kelvingoodson@gmail.com> wrote on 10/05/2007 07:12:26 
AM:

> I've been thinking about the CTS a bit lately; trying to take stock of
> what we've got, and how we measure up.   The CTS went through a period
> of healthy growth a while back, but I didn't manage to get a good feel
> for how well we were covering the API combined with the range of
> possible inputs to it.  I ran the maven clover plugin to try to get
> some idea of how well we cover the API,  but the results show coverage
> for the implementation classes, and it's not easy to get a good
> picture for how good the coverage of SDO API interface from that data
> (For example, there's much code in the Tuscany SDO implementation to
> support generated code which of course doesn't get exercised by the
> CTS).  Does anyone know of good techniques for getting pure API
> coverage data?
> 
> It would be good to get some structure into the CTS to make it more
> evident in the test code what is covered, and what is not.  I'm
> thinking about perhaps restructuring and adding to the tests to
> achieve this.  I may end up just adding stub tests in the first place
> in some places to highlight the fact that we are deficient in that
> area.
> 
> Kelvin.
> 
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