[webbeans-commits] Webbeans SVN: r3076 - tck/trunk/impl/src/main/resources.

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Fri Jul 17 12:44:57 EDT 2009


Author: dan.j.allen
Date: 2009-07-17 12:44:57 -0400 (Fri, 17 Jul 2009)
New Revision: 3076

Modified:
   tck/trunk/impl/src/main/resources/tck-audit-20090519.xml
   tck/trunk/impl/src/main/resources/tck-audit.xml
Log:
fix some typos


Modified: tck/trunk/impl/src/main/resources/tck-audit-20090519.xml
===================================================================
--- tck/trunk/impl/src/main/resources/tck-audit-20090519.xml	2009-07-17 12:13:59 UTC (rev 3075)
+++ tck/trunk/impl/src/main/resources/tck-audit-20090519.xml	2009-07-17 16:44:57 UTC (rev 3076)
@@ -2568,7 +2568,7 @@
     </assertion>
     
     <assertion id="q">
-      <text> A destroyed instance must not subsequently be returned by the |get()| method.</text>
+      <text>A destroyed instance must not subsequently be returned by the |get()| method.</text>
     </assertion>
   </section> 
   

Modified: tck/trunk/impl/src/main/resources/tck-audit.xml
===================================================================
--- tck/trunk/impl/src/main/resources/tck-audit.xml	2009-07-17 12:13:59 UTC (rev 3075)
+++ tck/trunk/impl/src/main/resources/tck-audit.xml	2009-07-17 16:44:57 UTC (rev 3076)
@@ -205,20 +205,25 @@
   </section>
 
   <section id="2.4.1" title="Built-in scope types">
-    <assertion id="a" testable="false">
-      <text>The |@RequestScoped|, |@ApplicationScoped| and |@SessionScoped| annotations defined in Section 6.7, "Context management for built-in scopes" represent the standard scopes defined by the Java Servlets specification</text>
-      <note>This is a statement of intent</note>
+    <assertion id="aa">
+      <text>There are five standard scope types defined by this specification, all defined in the package javax.enterprise.context. The |@RequestScoped|~, |@ApplicationScoped| and |@SessionScoped|~ annotations defined in Section 6.7, "Context management for built-in scopes" represent the standard scopes defined by the Java Servlets specification.</text>
     </assertion>
 
-    <assertion id="b" testable="false">
-      <text>The |@ConversationScoped| annotation represents the conversation scope defined in Section 6.7.4, "Conversation context lifecycle".</text>
-      <note>This is a statement of intent</note>
+    <assertion id="ab">
+      <text>There are five standard scope types defined by this specification, all defined in the package javax.enterprise.context. The ~|@RequestScoped|, ~|@ApplicationScoped|~ and |@SessionScoped|~ annotations defined in Section 6.7, "Context management for built-in scopes" represent the standard scopes defined by the Java Servlets specification.</text>
     </assertion>
 
-    <assertion id="c" testable="false">
-      <text>The |@Dependent| pseudo-scope is for dependent objects, as defined in Section 6.4, "Dependent pseudo-scope"</text>
-      <note>This is a statement of intent</note>
+    <assertion id="ac">
+      <text>There are five standard scope types defined by this specification, all defined in the package javax.enterprise.context. The ~|@RequestScoped|, |@ApplicationScoped| and ~|@SessionScoped| annotations defined in Section 6.7, "Context management for built-in scopes" represent the standard scopes defined by the Java Servlets specification.</text>
     </assertion>
+
+    <assertion id="ba">
+      <text>There are five standard scope types defined by this specification, all defined in the package javax.enterprise.context. The |@ConversationScoped| annotation represents the conversation scope defined in Section 6.7.4, "Conversation context lifecycle".</text>
+    </assertion>
+
+    <assertion id="ca">
+      <text>There are five standard scope types defined by this specification, all defined in the package javax.enterprise.context. The |@Dependent| pseudo-scope is for dependent objects, as defined in Section 6.4, "Dependent pseudo-scope"</text>
+    </assertion>
   </section>
 
   <section id="2.4.2" title="Defining new scope types">
@@ -573,23 +578,23 @@
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="ba">
-      <text>A bean class may also specify a ~scope~, name, deployment type, stereotypes and/or bindings</text>
+      <text>A bean class may also specify a scope~, name, deployment type, stereotypes and/or bindings~</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="bb">
-      <text>A bean class may also specify a scope~, name~, deployment type, stereotypes and/or bindings</text>
+      <text>A bean class may also specify a ~scope, ~name~, deployment type, stereotypes and/or bindings~</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="bc">
-      <text>A bean class may also specify a scope, name~, deployment type~, stereotypes and/or bindings</text>
+      <text>A bean class may also specify a ~scope, name, ~deployment type~, stereotypes and/or bindings~</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="bd">
-      <text>A bean class may also specify a scope, name, deployment type~, stereotypes~ and/or bindings</text>
+      <text>A bean class may also specify ~a scope, name, deployment type, ~stereotypes~ and/or bindings~</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="be">
-      <text>A bean class may also specify a scope, name, deployment type, stereotypes~ and/or bindings~</text>
+      <text>A bean class may also specify ~a scope, name, deployment type, stereotypes and/or ~bindings</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="c">
@@ -738,23 +743,23 @@
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="ba">
-      <text>A bean class may also specify a ~scope~, name, deployment type, stereotypes and/or bindings</text>
+      <text>A bean class may also specify a scope~, name, deployment type, stereotypes and/or bindings~</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="bb">
-      <text>A bean class may also specify a scope~, name~, deployment type, stereotypes and/or bindings</text>
+      <text>A bean class may also specify a ~scope, ~name~, deployment type, stereotypes and/or bindings~</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="bc">
-      <text>A bean class may also specify a scope, name~, deployment type~, stereotypes and/or bindings</text>
+      <text>A bean class may also specify a ~scope, name, ~deployment type~, stereotypes and/or bindings~</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="bd">
-      <text>A bean class may also specify a scope, name, deployment type~, stereotypes~ and/or bindings</text>
+      <text>A bean class may also specify ~a scope, name, deployment type, ~stereotypes~ and/or bindings~</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="be">
-      <text>A bean class may also specify a scope, name, deployment type, stereotypes~ and/or bindings~</text>
+      <text>A bean class may also specify ~a scope, name, deployment type, stereotypes and/or ~bindings</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="c">
@@ -2263,15 +2268,15 @@
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="j">
-      <text>The |Context.get()| method may either return an existing instance of the given contextual type, ~or if no |CreationalContext| is given, return a null value, or if a |CreationalContext| is given, create a new instance of the given contextual type by calling |Contextual.create() and return the new instance~.</text>
+      <text>The |Context.get()| method may either return an existing instance of the given contextual type, ~or if no |CreationalContext| is given, return a null value, or if a |CreationalContext| is given, create a new instance of the given contextual type by calling |Contextual.create()| and return the new instance~.</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="k">
-      <text>The |Context.get()| method may either ~return an existing instance of the given contextual type~, or if no |CreationalContext| is given, return a null value, ~or if a |CreationalContext| is given, create a new instance of the given contextual type by calling |Contextual.create() and return the new instance~.</text>
+      <text>The |Context.get()| method may either ~return an existing instance of the given contextual type~, or if no |CreationalContext| is given, return a null value, ~or if a |CreationalContext| is given, create a new instance of the given contextual type by calling |Contextual.create()| and return the new instance~.</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="l">
-      <text>The |Context.get()| method may either ~return an existing instance of the given contextual type, or if no |CreationalContext| is given, return a null value~, or if a |CreationalContext| is given, create a new instance of the given contextual type by calling |Contextual.create() and return the new instance.</text>
+      <text>The |Context.get()| method may either ~return an existing instance of the given contextual type, or if no |CreationalContext| is given, return a null value~, or if a |CreationalContext| is given, create a new instance of the given contextual type by calling |Contextual.create()| and return the new instance.</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="m">
@@ -2291,12 +2296,11 @@
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="p">
-      <text>The context object is responsible for destroying any contextual instance it creates by passing the instance to the |destroy()|
-method of the Contextual object representing the contextual type.</text>
+      <text>The context object is responsible for destroying any contextual instance it creates by passing the instance to the |destroy()| method of the Contextual object representing the contextual type.</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="q">
-      <text> A destroyed instance must not subsequently be returned by the |get()| method.</text>
+      <text>A destroyed instance must not subsequently be returned by the |get()| method.</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="r">
@@ -2316,7 +2320,7 @@
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="c">
-      <text>The |get()| operation of the |Context| object for an active normal scope returns the current instance of the given contextual type</text>
+      <text>The |get()| operation of the |Context| object for an active normal scope returns the current instance of the given contextual type.</text>
     </assertion>
 
     <assertion id="d">
@@ -3760,6 +3764,10 @@
   </section>
 
   <section id="11.1" title="The Bean interface">
+    <assertion id="aa">
+      <text>Implementations of |Bean| must also implement the inherited operations defined by the |Contextual| interface defined in Section 6.1, "The Contextual interface".</text>
+    </assertion>
+
     <assertion id="ba">
       <text>|getTypes()|, |getBindings()|, |getScopeType()|, |getName()| and |getStereotypes()| must return the bean types, bindings, scope type, EL name and stereotypes of the bean, as defined in Chapter 2, Concepts.</text>
     </assertion>




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