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Updated ServerConformanceProvider and test #356

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euvitudo commented Apr 29, 2016

ServerConformanceProvider only placed a string reference to
OperationDefinitions, which were nowhere to be found in the Conformance
statement. With this change, SCP assigns a reference containing the
OperationDefinition for each operation. The OperationDefinitions are, per the
spec, located in the 'contained' portion of the Conformance statement.

Updated ServerConformanceProvider and test
ServerConformanceProvider only placed a string reference to
OperationDefinitions, which were nowhere to be found in the Conformance
statement.  With this change, SCP assigns a reference containing the
OperationDefinition for each operation.  The OperationDefinitions are, per the
spec, located in the 'contained' portion of the Conformance statement.
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Coverage increased (+0.02%) to 84.632% when pulling 8e6a78d on euvitudo:scp-update-for-operationdefinition into 2bc1950 on jamesagnew:master.

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jamesagnew commented May 5, 2016

Looks awesome, thanks! Merging this now.

@jamesagnew jamesagnew merged commit 87f12bf into jamesagnew:master May 5, 2016

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euvitudo commented May 5, 2016

Thank you James!

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