Re: New Definitons for Glossary

At 11:28 -0400 2002-04-12, Mark Skall wrote:
>Test Assertion
>A set of premises that are known to be true by definition in the spec.
>Test Purpose
>An explanation of why the test was written, and must map
>directly to one or more test assertions.
>Test Case
>An individual test that corresponds to a test purpose,
>which in turn maps back to the assertion(s), and finally the spec.

I would like to know to people who are doing test cases something. It 
often occurs to me to create "invalid" test case. Their purpose is to 
test the behaviour of a client for example when the mark-up is wrong.

Is it still a test case? I'm a bit confused with the definition.

Karl Dubost / W3C - Conformance Manager

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Received on Friday, 12 April 2002 20:45:24 UTC