Re: ACTION: review "11 Testing Values"

>| ACTION: JosD to review <>
> Just one observation at this moment (I really have to study XPath
> more in depth before I can make a reasonable review..) is that I
> have implementation experience that following triples are the case
> "10.1"^^xsd:decimal math:greaterThan "8.4"^^xsd:decimal.
> "P1Y2M"^^xsd:duration math:notGreaterThan "P14MT10H"^^xsd:duration.
> "01:41:00+01:00"^^xsd:time math:lessThan "05:41:00Z"^^xsd:time.
> "1956-01-10"^^xsd:date math:notLessThan "1956-01-10"^^xsd:date.
> and that one can query such math: and string: and so on [1]
> triples like any other triples..

I was reading this chapter with 3 background thoughts
1/ avoid use/mention bugs
2/ avoid closed world assumption
3/ avoid unique names assumption
This is main concern when things are written in WHERE
but indeed when they are written in FILTER as kind of
syntactic post-processing, then I guess all is fine.

Having the examples in test cases plus bunch of corner
cases in test is what I would like to spend more time..

Jos De Roo, AGFA


Received on Tuesday, 8 March 2005 12:47:42 UTC