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[Bug 3731] version declaration after comment

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------- Comment #3 from frans.englich@telia.com  2006-09-15 16:13 -------
Here's the XQTSCatalog.xml entry for version_declaration-001 in CVS(I believe
the catalog in the 1.0 release is identical):

               <test-case is-XPath2="false" name="version_declaration-001"
FilePath="Expressions/PrologExpr/VersionProlog/" scenario="standard"
Creator="Pulkita Tyagi">
                  <description>Demonstrates version declaration,the
version.</description>
                  <spec-citation spec="XQuery" section-number="4.1"
section-title="Version Declaration" section-pointer="id-version-declaration"/>
                  <query name="version_declaration-001" date="2005-10-05"/>
                  <input-file role="principal-data"
variable="input-context">emptydoc</input-file>
                  <output-file role="principal"
compare="Text">version_declaration-001.txt</output-file>
                  <expected-error>*</expected-error>
               </test-case>

Notice this line:

<output-file role="principal"
compare="Text">version_declaration-001.txt</output-file>

This means there is a base line(something to compare the test result against)
in file version_declaration-001.txt which should be compared with the Text
method. Guidelines for Running the XML Query Test Suite says: 'Text: Same
comparison as "XML fragment".'

Low level details of the XML format is documented in XQTSCatalog.xsd(although I
agree it can be more extensive). See the global type QueryErrorCode.

So no, '*' does not mean no error code is acceptable, but that one error code
that is any error code is acceptable.

Thanks for asking, I hope it helps.
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