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10.14.2 Release Vetting Checklist

Here's a checklist to consult when vetting the release.

Legend:

  • (./) - Done.

  • X-( - Needs testing.

Table of Contents

10.14.2.0 (RC1)

Status

Test

Comment

Tester

(./)

Directory structure should look correct in all zips.

-

-

(./)

Links should work in index.html in the bin distribution.

-

-

(./)

bin scripts should work.

-

-

(./)

No junk files like derby.log

-

-

(./)

No unnecessary 3rd party jars like Junit

-

-

X-(

Source zip can be used to generate jars and docs

-

-

(./)

Signatures and checksums correct

-

-

X-(

Long running tests

-

-

X-(

Performance tests (e.g., org.apache.derbyTesting.perf.clients.Runner)

-

-

X-(

upgrade and compatibility (ask Kathey)

-

-

X-(

Large data volume tests

-

-

X-(

Recovery after crashing engine

-

-

X-(

Java EE CTS

-

-

X-(

Code coverage results

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-

X-(

Check javadocs for known vulnerability using the Java API Documentation Updater Tool

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-

(./)

For 10.11 and higher, remove the Lucene jars and the simple json jar from the class path and run the tests with -Dderby.tests.omitLucene=true and -Dderby.tests.omitJson=true

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-

X-(

Verify that you can upgrade from the release candidate to the development trunk.

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TenFourteenTwoChecklist (last edited 2018-04-17 01:20:18 by RichardHillegas)