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CUBRID Perl 9.3.0 QA Test Report


CUBRID Perl 9.3.0.0001 QA Test Report

1)   Test Environment 

    OS:  Linux 64bit, Windows 32bit

     CUBRID Server:  CUBRID 9.3.0.0161

    Perl: 5.18.0, 5.16.3

    Test Tool: Shell, Test::More module

    Driver:  cubrid-perl 9.3.0.0001 (20140401)

2)   Test Scope 

QA test type 

QA test blocking conditions 

Functions Test 

All the features testing for Perl driver based on current specification 

Bug Verification

All the opened issues for Perl driver should be resolved, except the excluded issues

Installation Test 

Test Perl driver installation on Linux and Windows 

Regression Test 

Integrates function and bug tests for the final build of Perl driver 

3)   Test Result 

Perl  9.3.0.0001 

OK 

 4)  Perl Driver 9.3.0.0001 Bugs Verification/Status 

Total Bugs 

3 

Closed 

3 

Move to the future version 

0 

 

API Issues 

API

Description 

Status 

APIS-719

Perl

Can not bind autocommit arg to connection url

Pass

APIS-722

Perl

The error code and error message are incorrect when connection failed

Pass

APIS-720

Perl

A segmentation fault occurs when call foreign_key_info() with only fk_table

A CCI issue, CUBRIDSUS-13617

5)   Perl 9.3.0.0001 Test Cases Statistics (Functions Testing) 

Total 

Pass 

Fail 

Success Rate 

262 

262 

0 

100% 

6)  Other Issues 

    1) Perl 9.3.0.0001 has used the static library of CCI, so the user could install the Perl driver without installing CUBRID server first. However, this feature doesn’t affect with Perl Driver on Windows, since CCI is built on VC9 and Perl is built on other VC versions. (We need to notify this on driver’s manual)   

    2) The Perl 9.3.0 manual should be provided on http://www.cpan.org/ soon. 

    3) There are still a number of CCI unsolved/by design issues (e.g. APIS-720) which influenced the Perl and also other drivers usually

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