Review request for JDK-8051540: Convert JAXP functin tests: org.xml.sax to jtreg (testNG) tests

Frank Yuan frank.yuan at
Thu Aug 28 03:42:31 UTC 2014

Hi Joe


The test Tristan mentioned that is unable to run with security manager is , it is used to test xslt redirect extension. When it runs with security manager, fails due to;

java.lang.RuntimeException: Use of the extension element 'redirect' is not allowed when the secure processing feature is set to true.


Anyway, Jibing would communicate with sustaining team about their patch, the discussion is in another mail chain. 


Best Regards




-----Original Message-----
From: core-libs-dev [mailto:core-libs-dev-bounces at] On Behalf Of huizhe wang
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2014 7:39 AM
To: Tristan Yan
Cc: Core-Libs-Dev
Subject: Re: Review request for JDK-8051540: Convert JAXP functin tests: org.xml.sax to jtreg (testNG) tests



On 8/27/2014 4:03 PM, Tristan Yan wrote:

> Hi Joe and others


> I updated the tests with putting them in jaxp repo. I also run these 

> tests with security manager and they all passed 

>  <>

> < <>>





> Also I’d like to propose our way for handling jaxp tests run with 

> security manager.  The way we’d use is creating two targets for 

> running jaxp tests. One is for normal run; which will run all the 

> tests without security manager. One is secure run; the target only run 

> the tests that have to be run with security manager. This could be 

> easy to be handled with adding two targets in makefile. And for most 

> of people they only care about the function. They only need run normal 

> run target. We would run two targets for any of our formal tests like 

> nightly, ci build and jprt tests.


Yes, please coordinate with Frank and Eric so that all of the jaxp tests share the same configuration.


> For the tests which can not be run in secure mode(like tests for xsltc 

> direct extension), we'd add testng group called “secure-hostile”. We 

> won’t run these tests in secure mode by bypassing them in secure run 

> target. By this way we could easily transform our tests as usual 

> without additional effort.


I had been previously updated them so that all of the tests were capable of running with and without security manager. Sustaining SQE had invested several month to incorporate the changes into that hosted in Aurora. Please consider taking the patches from them if you haven't already done so.






> Thank you

> Tristan


>> On Aug 19, 2014, at 10:32 AM, huizhe wang < at 

>> < < at> at>> wrote:


>> By the way, the plan has been that all of the JAXP SQE and Unit tests 

>> be migrated into [openjdk]/jaxp repo under jaxp/test. Tests currently 

>> in the jdk repo shall be moved to jaxp/test as well. I see that your 

>> webrev was generated in jdk9/dev/jdk. I hope it doesn't mean you're 

>> checking tests into the jdk repo.


>> Thanks,

>> Joe


>> On 8/18/2014 4:42 PM, Tristan Yan wrote:

>>> Thanks Joe

>>> We intend to replace the base class with test library because that 

>>> doesn’t look like a real base class but an utilities class.

>>> I haven’t tried to run these tests with security manager, I will run 

>>> them with security manager then get back you soon.

>>> Thank you.

>>> Tristan


>>>> On Aug 18, 2014, at 4:32 PM, huizhe wang < at 

>>>> < < at> at>> wrote:







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