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Subject [Ws Wiki] Update of "Tuscany/Interop" by SimonLaws
Date Sun, 18 Jun 2006 16:52:37 GMT
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http://wiki.apache.org/ws/Tuscany/Interop

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  || 2 ||XML->SDO->AddData->XML - Dynamic || Y || Y || Y || SL || Java change summary
reimplementation about to start ||
  || 3 ||XML->SDO->AddData->XML - Generated || Y || Not Supported || Y (By Name/By
Index) || TBD || PHP support is already used in test 2  ||
  || 4 ||XSD->SDO-XSD || Y || Y || Not Supported || SL || Interop via file system write
and read ||
- || 5 ||RDB->SDO->RDB|| Y || Not Supported ||Y || SL || Interop via relational database
write and read ||
- || 6 ||RDB->SDO->AddData->RDB - Dynamic|| Y || Not Supported || Y || SL || Interop
via database write and read || ||
+ || 5 ||RDB->SDO->AddData->RDB - Dynamic|| Y || Not Supported || Y || SL || Interop
via database write and read || ||
- || 7 ||RDB->SDO->AddData->RDB - Generated || Y || Not Supported || Y || SL || PHP
generation support is already used in test 6 ||
+ || 6 ||RDB->SDO->AddData->RDB - Generated || Y || Not Supported || Y || SL || PHP
generation support is already used in test 6 ||
- || 8 ||XML->SDO->Axiom->SOAP->Axiom->SDO->XML || Y || Y || Not Supported
|| AB || ||
+ || 7 ||XML->SDO->Axiom->SOAP->Axiom->SDO->XML || Y || Y || Not Supported
|| AB || ||
- || 9 || XML->SDO->Session->SDO->XML || ? || N || Stores SDO state in PHP session
|| SL || Instance, model and change summary all together (XML?). Level of support in Java/C++
to be determined. Is this different from XMLHelper/DAS function? ||
+ || 8 || XML->SDO->Session->SDO->XML || Via java serializable? || N || Stores
SDO state in PHP session || SL || Instance, model and change summary all together (XML?).
Level of support in Java/C++ to be determined. Is this different from XMLHelper/DAS function?
||
  
   
  == Test 1 - Reading and writing XML files in Java/C++/PHP and comparing output ==
@@ -38, +37 @@

  Spec version 2.0.1 features. 
  
  || '''Feature''' || '''Schema''' || '''Java M1''' || '''C++ SVN''' || '''PHP R1.0.1''' ||
'''Note''' ||
+ || xsd <include. || interop1.xsd || Y || Y || Crash  || ||
  || With target namespace || interop1.xsd || Y || Y || Y || ||
  || Without target namespace || interop?.xsd || || || || ||
  || With sdoJava``:package || interop?.xsd || || || || ||
@@ -191, +191 @@

  || '''Feature''' || '''Schema''' || '''Java M1''' || '''C++ SVN''' || '''PHP R1.0.1''' ||
'''Note''' ||
  ||  || interop1.xsd || Schema generation not supported ||  || Only supported via Serialize()
|| ||
  
- == Test 5 - Reading and writing RDBMS tables and comparing result ==
+ == Test 5 - Reading and writing RDBMS rows with data added in SDO through dynamic interface
==
  
- == Test 6 - As test 5 but with data added in SDO through dynamic interface ==
- 
- == Test 7 - As test 5 but with data added in SDO through generated interface ==
+ == Test 6 - As test 5 but with data added in SDO through generated interface ==
  
- == Test 8 - Passing messages via Apache Axis2 ==
+ == Test 7 - Passing messages via Apache Axis2 ==
  
  In due course both Java and C++ SCA implementations will support Apache Axis 2 web services
as a binding option. A useful interoperability test is to pass the schema from "series 1"
from client to service and back to ensure that all marshalling and conversion operations work
in both directions. 
  
@@ -211, +209 @@

  
  Java Client - Java SCA/proxy - Axis Java Client - Axis C/C++ Server - C++ SCA/skeleton -
C++ service
  
- == Test 9 - SDO Serialization ==
+ == Test 8 - SDO Serialization ==
  
  For example, for use when the SDO data object graph is serialised into a session.
  

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