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Verification Results for 0.21

Basic Setup

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

User is able to compile the project with an empty Maven repository mvn install -Dmaven.repo.local=/tmp/cleanrepo

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User is able to start and stop the portal zip binary release using the bundled Tomcat startup script (from packaged download))

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User is able to start and stop the portal tar.gz binary release using the bundled Tomcat startup script (from packaged download)

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User is able to load the login page by pointing a browser to http://localhost:8080/

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Default Accounts

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

User is able to log in with default accounts: canonical, john.doe, jane.doe

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User is able to log in with default OpenID account

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User is able to modify column layout

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User is able to switch to one-column layout

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User is able to switch to two-column layout

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User is able to switch to three-column layout

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User is able to switch to four-column layout

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User is able to switch to column layout with lesser number of columns (from 4 to 1)

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User is able to move gadgets from one column to another

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User is able to move gadgets into a newly created column

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User is able to create a new tab

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User is able to add gadgets to the new tab

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User is able to delete the new tab

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User is able to log out.

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"Remember me" feature works for user

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User changes are preserved across sessions

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User Profile Information

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

User can update profile email address

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User can update profile "about me" information

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User can update profile "status" information

Password and user name reminder features work

User profile changes are preserved across sessions

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User Administration

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

"Canonical" user has access to administration interface

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Administrator can add new users

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User search feature works correctly for known users

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User search feature works correctly for missing users

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Administrator can return user display to initial state after searches

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Administrator can grant administrator privileges to other users

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Administrator can remove administrator privileges to other users

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Administrator can enable and disable a user account

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Administrator can lock and unlock a user account

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Administrator can expire and unexpire a user account

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Administrator can delete a user account

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Widget Administration

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

Administrator can list all widgets

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Unfiltered search features work correctly

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Filtered search features (by type and by status) work correctly

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Search filters handle empty inputs and empty returns correctly

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Search results can be cleared (widget page returns to original state)

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Administrator can update widget metadata (title, location, description, etc)

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Administrator can update widget status (published, preview)

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Administrator can disable and re-enable widgets

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Rave correctly handles error conditions: widget type setting is incorrect

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Rave correctly handles error conditions: URL location is incorrect

OpenSocial: yes, Wookie: renders page inside widget

Preference Administration

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

Administrator and update and verify preference settings

New Account Creation

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

New users can successfully create accounts

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New users must provide required information

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New user applications must provide unique user names

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New user applications must provide unique email addresses

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New user applications must provide matching passwords

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New account applications must provide user names of appropriate length and format (no spaces, alphanumeric characters only, etc)

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New account applicants must provide passwords of minimal length and strength

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New user account forms are not subject to SQL injection and other common attacks

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Widget Store Usage

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

User can add new widget

Widget store can contain mutliple widget types (W3C, OpenSocial)

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Widget Store Administration

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

Admin can enable new widget

If preference is set to default published, the widget is immediately published

Non-Default URLs

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

User can access Rave from URL with IP or DNS (instead of localhost)

Rave correctly renders widgets when accessed with URL other than localhost

Rave tab and header navigation links work correctly with URL other than localhost

Advanced Setup: LDAP

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

User is able to login with the demo LDAP accounts johnldap, janeldap

Advanced Setup: MySQL

Test

Implemented JPA

User is able to reproduce all standard tests

Advanced Setup: HTTPS

Test

Implemented JPA

Implemented MongoDB

Following standard Tomcat HTTPS/SSL set up, Rave login page can be accessed via HTTPS

ReleaseManagement/ReleaseSchedule/VerificationResults-0.21 (last edited 2013-04-03 04:37:24 by Raminder)