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[Bug 22423] total count of 'fail' test-cases incorrect in the XSL stylesheet

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Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2013 14:45:24 +0000
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https://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=22423

--- Comment #1 from O'Neil Delpratt <oneil@saxonica.com> ---
We think the reporting is consistent with the categories  in the schema. In the
schema for notRun it states:

"Indicates that the test was not run for unspecified reasons, perhaps because
the test uses a feature that is not yet implemented
                  in the product under test. For statistical purposes this
outcome is treated in the same way as "fail". This is the default outcome
                  assumed for tests that are present in the test catalog on the
date of the test run, but which are not present in the results submission."

It seems that in the situation you are describing it would be more appropriate
to use 'n/a' meaning the test is not applicable to your product.

The following sentence needs to be changed:

"An implementation that cannot set the context as required should behave in the
same way as if a dependency has not been satisfied, ideally reporting the test
as "notRun" with a reason."

Here we need to change 'notRun' to 'n/a'.

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