58Re: [soapbuilders] Re: Userland SOAP Validator
- Feb 8, 2001This is so cooool!
What kind of stress testing do you want to do?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2001 3:10 PM
Subject: [soapbuilders] Re: Userland SOAP Validator
> Hi, Simon!
> Wooo Hooo (echo :)). I got SOAP::Lite to pass the validator :).
> Right, interesting exercise, and will work on standard SOAP::Lite,
> though small trick was used on server side. Since SOAP::Lite does
> nothing special with timeInstant I just echoed it back, preservind
> type and name of element. That's it. Also could be interesting to see
> server side code for different implementations. Hopefully will be
> included in next version.
> As I understand next step is stress testing on SOAP servers :))
> Best wishes, Paul.
> --- In soapbuilders@y..., Simon Fell <soap@z...> wrote:
> > [I'm sending this again as PacBell appear to be randomly loosing
> > email]
> > Wooo Hooo, i got 4s4c to pass the validator :)
> > Quite an interesting exercise, it forced me to
> > a) add support for arrays of xsd:ur-type (each item can be a
> > type)
> > b) fix my broken TZ correction code in xsd:timeInstant support (not
> > sure how i didn't spot this before)
> > So, this was a against a private version of 4s4c (1.31), I'll
> > hopefully be releasing it at the end of the week.
> > Dave, i noticed on the timeInstant check (in manyTypesTest), that
> > you return the wrong timeInstant, the value that the error message
> > says it was expecting is wrong.
> > I was surprised by some of the constructs, particular the calendar
> > one, i would of expected this to use arrays, rather than nested
> > structs. There really should be a test for handling arrays of
> > Cheers
> > Simon
> > www.pocketsoap.com
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