Re: So what other sanity checks did they leave out on the rewrite?
"if you are going to test anything at all, it should be 0."
Upvoted for that..
Speaking as a former testing professional, I'd have to say I'm not surprised.
'Testing' stuff used to mean actually testing it, with the software equivalent of hammers and a proper test plan, rather than just waving a damp dishrag at it to see what happens.
They say zero must be discovered. I'd say the team/individual that ported this from CPP to Java have just made a different discovery - how shite they are!
Back in the day, any test exercised the low and high limits of any parameter/setting, and especially out-of-range values. Not being an Oracle user, I'm a bit meah about them, however I hope they get a hammering somehow for their crass stupidity.
Zero x Zero is acceptable....really?