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Minutes from WS-Addressing Test Suite TF call 26 Oct 2005

From: <paul.downey@bt.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2005 20:54:14 +0100
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W3C - Web Services Addressing Testing TF call
26 Oct 2005



    Paul Downey (BT)
    Arun Gupta (Sun)
    David Illsley (IBM)
    Mike Vernal (Microsoft)
    Hugo Haas (W3C)
    Glen Daniels (Sonic)

    David Hull (TIBCO)

[coverage of identified features]

  short walk through of coverage exhibited by features:

  and message exchanges:

  Test cases are missing are mainly in the areas
  of core abstract features, SOAP 1.1 messages and call-back

  ACTION: pauld to put Arun's document under CVS 
  (DONE: http://www.w3.org/2002/ws/addr/testsuite/submissions/Sun/CR_TestCases.html)

[submission of new tests]

  Mike has a set of tests from Microsoft to be submitted
  soon, in Word document format. Mike will look at the
  XML format for test cases. Paul to assist with the

  Will review coverage once these test cases have been added.

  Axis may have test cases to submit.

[implementation / test methodology issues]

  No objections to the message exchanges and use of HTTP 202
  in the callback message exchanges. Lack of one-way binding
  may become an issue when we come to a WSDL description.

  Discussion of how testing would take place - public endpoints
  (v) black boxes, how to write such an endpoint, the capture of 
  messages, who would act as 'observer', how an observer would 
  obtain messages, can we reuse the WS-I test tools, how to know 
  which scenario a captured message belongs to, etc. These topics
  warrant further discussion on this call, possible at the WG F2F 
  in two week's time.

[feedback on the test suite documentation]

  David asks about WSDL for the current test cases.

  ACTION: pauld to provide rudimentary WSDL 1.1 and 2.0 documents

  Michael asks about test case 1209 (anonymous value for wsa:To
  in a one-way message). No objections to removing this test case
  as other tests exhibit feature 'core05'.

  ACTION: pauld to remove test case 1209


  Discussion of test case 1205 (one-way message triggers SOAP 
  mustUnderstand fault). After a collective double-take (faultTo has
  an address of none) we realise that SOAP processing takes place
  before addressing processing, so test is valid. Actually a good one!

  ACTION: pauld to clarify this test case description 

  (DONE: http://www.w3.org/2002/ws/addr/testsuite/testcases/#test1205)

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