Single implementation, multiple annotations (model testing)


It is commonplace for a single annotation client to generate multiple kinds of annotations. Each kind of annotation from a given implementation may implement different features of the model. So to capture this information, an implementer will need to run multiple annotations through our test suite. As best I can tell this means multiple test results reports, each of which will need to be submitted to each resulting in a separate column in the all.html report.

First, is my understanding corrrect, or is there some way to combine test result reports?

If my understanding is correct, is it therefore appropriate to use the same 2 letter prefix (representing implementation), and then label each report with its own 2-digit number? So for Janina's emblem annotation client which implements 3 kinds of annotations, she would have EB01, EB02, EB03.  EB01 might implement a embedded textual body, while EB02 might implement an external Web resource as body, and so on.

Does this make sense?


Tim Cole

Received on Thursday, 8 September 2016 13:22:13 UTC