Re: [soapbuilders] Is using xs:nillable and xs:minOccurs getting better?
- On 1/13/06, Paul Downey <paul.downey@...> wrote:
>If you were to host the test files on a publicly accessible CVS or SVN
> On 13 Jan 2006, at 13:38, Glen Daniels wrote:
> > It would be nice to run another series of interops with the current
> > state-of-the-art tools and see which packages do this right/wrong.
> The W3C XML Schema patterns for databinding WG aims to build a test
> One of the proposals on the table surrounds building the tests in such
> a way that they can be easily published inside a WSDL wrapper, probably
> at the end of a uniform 'echo' operation.
> When we hit CR, I'd expect to enlist help from soapbuilders in
> demonstrating running such tests against real toolkits, and of course we
> continue to solicit example patterns of schema known to work well
> (or not :) with tools. Send them in to:
repository, with a license that everyone was happy with (like the
apache one), then Apache Gump (gump.apache.org) could run the latest
test suite against Axis and other OSS implementations as part of its