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I found bugs but I'm stuck to report

Rafael Vanderlei
Hi, Jeff. 

I'm coding an extension to dbunit and ran into two bug, one in each these two methods of org.dbunit.Assertion.

- assertEquals(IDataSet expectedDataSet, IDataSet actualDataSet)
- assertEquals(ITable expectedTable, ITable actualTable)

I have written tests that fail, proving the bugs, but I'm stuck at the process of contributing. I tried to open a bug ticket in source forge [1] but it seems I'm not authorized to do so (create ticket button is disabled).

How can we work to get the bugs reported and fixed?


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Re: I found bugs but I'm stuck to report

Jeff Jensen-2
Any authenticated SF user can create dbUnit tickets - the "Create Ticket" button is disabled when you are not logged in, so please verify you are logged in.

And thanks for reporting the issues with tests!


On Sun, May 29, 2016 at 12:14 AM, Rafael Vanderlei <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi, Jeff. 

I'm coding an extension to dbunit and ran into two bug, one in each these two methods of org.dbunit.Assertion.

- assertEquals(IDataSet expectedDataSet, IDataSet actualDataSet)
- assertEquals(ITable expectedTable, ITable actualTable)

I have written tests that fail, proving the bugs, but I'm stuck at the process of contributing. I tried to open a bug ticket in source forge [1] but it seems I'm not authorized to do so (create ticket button is disabled).

How can we work to get the bugs reported and fixed?


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Rafael Vanderlei
Hi, Jeff. Thanks. I thought I ensured being logged in before sending previous e-mail, but... who knows.. it was too late and I was extremely sleepy, sorry.

Well, I've just opened the issue, with tests attached: https://sourceforge.net/p/dbunit/bugs/386/

As I said there, if you need, I'd be glad to discuss and help to fix the bugs reported.

Regards.

On Sun, May 29, 2016 at 9:41 AM, Jeff Jensen <[hidden email]> wrote:
Any authenticated SF user can create dbUnit tickets - the "Create Ticket" button is disabled when you are not logged in, so please verify you are logged in.

And thanks for reporting the issues with tests!


On Sun, May 29, 2016 at 12:14 AM, Rafael Vanderlei <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi, Jeff. 

I'm coding an extension to dbunit and ran into two bug, one in each these two methods of org.dbunit.Assertion.

- assertEquals(IDataSet expectedDataSet, IDataSet actualDataSet)
- assertEquals(ITable expectedTable, ITable actualTable)

I have written tests that fail, proving the bugs, but I'm stuck at the process of contributing. I tried to open a bug ticket in source forge [1] but it seems I'm not authorized to do so (create ticket button is disabled).

How can we work to get the bugs reported and fixed?


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