This wiki page is for Apache OpenOffice 3.4 testing results.
Volunteers: Please follow the template below in summarizing your test results. Link to the bug reports and the location of any detailed materials:
- Component you conduct testing
- Feature you conduct testing
- General testing result as:
*How many bugs you reported *What they are *Other issues you want to highlight in result
IP Cleanup Testing Results
IP Clearnup Testing Results:
|Library||What is changing||User Impact||Testing Result|
|lp_solve||lp_solve is being replaced by CoinMP|| This functionality is invoked by the user in Calc via Tools->Solver. It is used for solving linear programming problems, including integer programming.
CoinMP comes from the Coin-OR open source project, an open source project that involves operations research professionals and includes cutting edge algorithms.
According to one research paper CoinMP offers superior performance compared to lp_solve. So the overall user impact from this change should be positive.
|row 1, cell 5|
|xpdf||The xpdf source code was removed||PDF import can only be built when the poppler library is pre-installed on the system. It will not be part of the binary release.||No test required|
|MySQL Connector/C++||MySQL connector can only be built when the C++ connector is pre-installed on the system. It will not be part of the binary release.
It impact extension MySQL Connector for OpenOffice.org not function in OpenOffice
|libwpd||The libwpd library is being removed from the product.|
|3rd party/external library gentiumbasic-fonts & liberation-fonts||Remove fonts from product.||A useful set of high quality fonts, mostly equivalent to those from MS.|
AOO 3.4 Code Changes Testing Results
Here is the AOO 3.4 code change:http://development.openoffice.org/releases/3.4beta.html
Please vlounteer update below table for the code change related testing results.
|Feature title||Task ID||Description||Dev. Owner||Component||Test Results|
|Improve ODF 1.2 encryption supporte in OOo||i117562||The ODF1.2 specification allows to use W3C-specified algorithms to encrypt ODF1.2 documents. The new implementation let the following algorithms be used in case ODF1.2 encrypted document is stored: Start key generation: SHA256 Derived key generation: PBKDF2 Encryption algorithm: AES-256 Checksum generation: SAH256_1K It is possible to let start key and checksum generation use SHA1/SHA1_1K algorithms during storing of ODF1.2 encrypted document by setting the configuration entry org.openoffice.Office.Common/Save/ODF/UseSHA1InODF12 to "true". It is also possible to let Blowfish algorithm be used in this case by setting the entry org.openoffice.Office.Common/Save/ODF/UseBlowfishInODF12 to "true". The storing of encrypted ODF1.1/ODF1.0 documents is not affected. Please see http://docs.oasis-open.org/office/v1.2/csprd03/OpenDocument-v1.2-csprd03-part3.html for email@example.com ??||framew|
|row 2, cell 1||row 2, cell 2||row 2, cell 3||row 2, cell 4||row 2, cell 5||row 2, cell 6|
General Testing Test Results
Please volunteer update below table to give your AOO 3.4 General Testing Result.
|RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6 32 bit||ooobasis3.4-sdk-3.4.0-1-linux-2.6-x86_64-2011-12-19.deb||Impress||Numbering and Bullet|| Test Results:
|RedHat Enterprise Linux(RHEL) 6 32bit||r1228147||Impress||Table||Test Results:|
|RedHat Enterprise Linux(RHEL) 6 32bit||r1228147||Common Features||Security||Test Results:
|row 2, cell 1||row 2, cell 2||row 2, cell 3||row 2, cell 4||row 2, cell 5|