RE: Review of Test Document

On Fri, 28 Mar 2003, Jeremy Carroll wrote:

> >I oppose removing the test contents until all the links in the document
> >work. There are a number of test for which clicking on the link gets a
> >404 error
> No need to oppose - the W3C publication rules prohibit publication of a
> document with 404s.
> The files are in fact on the web server, there is a configuration error that
> makes the server not find them. I am hoping Dan can sort this problem.
> In any case all the files can be found inside:

There's a slight problem with this though -- the Manifest files in the zip
all have xml:base attributes which refer to the test web site. E.g. in
I5.8/Manifest005.rdf you get:

<rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf=""


			<rtest:RDF-XML-Document rdf:about="premises005">


So premises005 gets resolved to:

but there isn't a premises005.rdf (or premises005.* for that matter) in
that directory. This makes it a bit tricky to automate testing as I can't
simply parse the Manifest and then run off and grab the files. I
appreciate though that keeping all this in synch *is* difficult while
we're in the process of editing/producing tests.



Sean Bechhofer

Received on Friday, 28 March 2003 12:05:39 UTC