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From Kurt T Stam <kurt.s...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: TCK for BPEL?
Date Fri, 23 Oct 2009 18:13:23 GMT
Thank you Tammo,

this tool looks very interesting, and I'd love to hear more about it 
when you get the details.

1. Do you what their license is? It could not find one.

2. I don't think having a test suite would cause too much political 
debate.. We don't have to call it TCK. However I do think trying to 
develop and maintain one with strict BPEL-x spec compliance would be the 
most interesting and it might become the defacto standard for testing 
complaince. No place better then an open source project to house a test 
suite so interesting parties can take part and contribute.

3. I browsed the site and did not see much more then a HelloWorld 
testcase. Hopefully there are more!

Looking forward to hear more!


Tammo van Lessen wrote:
> Hi Kurt,
> as part of this years GSOC, we had an integration project that combined
> ODE with BPELunit. The results are not yet integrated back into ODE, but
> BPELunit [1] provides an engine independent way to run test cases
> against BPEL engines and takes care of deployment, mocking of partner
> services, regressions etc. Chamith (the GSOC student) also created some
> BPELunit-based test cases based on some ODE tests. I think this
> framework would have the potential to create some kind of TCK for BPEL
> (although i'm not sure about political impacts such a kit could create ;).
> I'll let you know once I have more details about the status of this work.
> Best,
>   Tammo
> [1] http://bpelunit.net/
> Kurt T Stam wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> I know there is no TCK for BPEL, but on the Riftsaw project we now have the
>> CXF and JBossWS stacks integrated, using the JAX-WS interface. It's been
>> pretty interesting to see the amount of touch points exceed far beyond the
>> axis2 module... So we'd love to run some kind of test suite with BPEL
>> examples to make sure we didn't forget one, or two..
>> Apart from the (3?) examples is there anything you guys use to test
>> regression?
>> Thx,
>> --Kurt

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