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CUBRID PHP 9.2.0 QA Test Report


1)   Test Environment

    OS:  Linux 64bit, Windows 32bit

    CUBRID Server:  CUBRID 9.2.0.0128, CUBRID 9.1.0

    PHP: PHP 5.5.0, PHP 5.5.1

    Test Tool: PHP Tester

    Driver:  cubrid-php 9.2.0.0001 (20130813)

                   cubrid-pdo 9.2.0.0001 (20130813)

2)   Test Scope

QA test type

QA test blocking conditions

Functions Test

All the features testing for PHP/PDO drivers based on the specification (php.net)

Bugs Verifications

All the opened issues for PHP/PDO drivers should be resolved, except the excluded issues

Installation Test

Test PHP/PDO driver installation on Linux and Windows OS

Regression Test

Integrates function and bug tests for the final build of PHP/PDO drivers, Support for CUBRID-9.2.0

3)   Test Result

PHP  9.2.0.0001

OK

PDO  9.2.0.0001

OK

4)   PHP/PDO Bugs Verification/Status

Total Bugs

4

Closed

4

Move to the future version

0

5)   PHP/PDO 9.2.0.0001 Test Cases Statistics (Functions Testing)

Ø  PHP Driver 9.2.0.0001 (Linux & Windows)

Total TC

Passed TC

Failed TC

Success Rate

178

178

0

100%

Ø  PDO Driver 9.2.0.0001 (Linux & Windows)

Total TC 

Passed TC 

Failed TC 

Success Rate 

86

86

0

100%

6)   Other Issues

    1)  PHP/PDO drivers 9.2.0.0001 have solved the issues about the driver work with the CUBRID shard database: APIS-634

    2)  There are also a number of CCI unsolved/bydesign issues

    (e.g. APIS-479) which influenced for the PHP/PDO driver and also other drivers usually

    3)  There are still a few issues about the document upgrades such as 

     APIS-558APIS-638, we have already modified the documents and still need to wait for php.net to update them.

    4)  There are still some known issues such as APIS-586

    APIS-587 (caused by CUBRID bit datatype issue) haven't been solved in this version

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