Although the JEM failures had a large
hand in the failing junits, a contribution by me this week caused more
problems in the junit tests.
We contributed initial facet definitions
for EJB3 and EAR5 that didn't contain xml/model support, and found that
many of the junit tests have been written
without the explicit facet version defined.
The "latest" facet version is chosen by default (In many
cases EJB3), and model testing was performed causing the failures.
I have commented out these facet contributions
for M4, and will reintroduce them early in M5 after the test failures are
I just recently made this drop, and
together with the JEM patch I provided, should be in much better shape
Thanks - Chuck
Rational J2EE Tooling Team Lead
IBM Software Lab - Research Triangle Park, NC
Phone: 919-254-1848 (T/L: 444)