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Proposed WS-Addressing Metadata Section 2.1 CR Tests

From: David Illsley <david.illsley@uk.ibm.com>
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2007 13:27:16 +0100
To: <public-ws-addressing@w3.org>
Cc: Rama.Pulavarthi@Sun.COM
Message-ID: <OF56B38EC4.3A02BB1E-ON802572FE.00443881-802572FE.004468F6@uk.ibm.com>
All,
As discussed on the last WG call, IBM and Sun intend to do 
interoperability testing on Section 2.1 of the WS-A Metadata specification 
during this CR phase. I'm happy to contribute the following tests on 
behalf of IBM and Sun for review and approval on the call of 18th June.

WS-Addressing Metadata Document Section 2.1 CR Testing

Overview
Section 2.1 of the WS-Addressing Metadata specification defines how WSDL 
related metadata may be referenced in an Endpoint Reference (EPR). The 
WS-Addressing Core specification is clear that the lifecycle of the 
contents of the wsa:Metadata element is undefined and as a result, no 
processing model is defined. This test suite is therefore split into two 
sections. Section 1 deals with support which is mandatory (structural) and 
Section 2 deals with understanding of the contents of the EPR and is 
optional.

All tests are defined as ‘unit tests’ which will be run by participants 
against the prepared EPRs and to which they will certify success or 
failure. Interoperability is shown by the fact that multiple parties can 
successfully process the same, varied EPRs. 

Section 1 (Mandatory)

The processor can successfully extract WS-Addressing Core defined values 
(e.g. [address]) from an EPR containing:
an empty wsa:Metadata element.
a wsa:Metadata element containing just a wsam:InterfaceName element.
a wsa:Metadata element containing just a wsam:ServiceName element.
a wsa:Metadata element containing a wsam:ServiceName element with an 
EndpointName attribute
a wsa:Metadata element containing both a wsam:InterfaceName element and a 
wsam:ServiceName element with an EndpointName attribute
a wsa:Metadata element with a valid wsdli:wsdlLocation attribute

Section 2 (Optional)

The processor faults when processing an EPR which does not conform to the 
WS-Addressing Metadata specification.
The wsa:Metadata element contains more than one wsam:InterfaceName element
The wsa:Metadata element contains more than one wsam:ServiceName element

The processor extracts the wsam:Metadata from conforming EPRs.
The wsa:Metadata contains a wsam:InterfaceName element and the value 
contained is extracted.
The wsa:Metadata contains a wsam:ServiceName element and the value 
contained is extracted.
The wsa:Metadata contains a wsam:InterfaceName and wsam:ServiceName 
element and the values contained are extracted.
The wsa:Metadata contains a wsam: ServiceName element with an EndpointName 
attribute and the valuse contained are extracted.
The wsa:Metadata contains a wsam:InterfaceName and wsam:ServiceName 
element with an EndpointName attribute and the values contained are 
extracted.
The wsa:Metadata contains a wsam:ServiceName element with an EndpointName 
attribute and the related WSDL is referenced by the wsdi:wsdlLocation 
attribute. The name of the binding from the WSDL document referenced using 
the wsam:ServiceName and EndpointName is extracted.

NOTE:  The actual EPRs used will be developed on approval of the tests and 
will be included in the report back to the working group to allow future 
use of these tests.

David Illsley
Web Services Development
MP211, IBM Hursley Park, SO21 2JN
+44 (0)1962 815049 (Int. 245049)
david.illsley@uk.ibm.com





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