Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1029269
Bugzilla validation does not check capitialisation of keywords
Last modified: 2014-08-04 18:27:49 EDT
When saving a spec through the ui, incorrectly capitialised bugzilla keywords are not flagged as being invalid. They are flagged when the book is built using the csprocessor.
For example, the bugzilla keyword "documentation" will not generate a warning even though the keyword should be "Documentation"
Fixed in 1.3-SNAPSHOT build 201311121353
The teiid validator will include the name in the query and then do a comparison after to make sure it matches since the Bugzilla database uses a case insensitive collation. This was done as the normal means of doing via an SQL query (such as using BINARY or COLLATION) don't work with the current version of Teiid used for the VDB.
Note: This version is currently live on the test/development server.
I have verified that an incorrectly capitalised BZ keyword is flagged as a warning.