Firefox:1.5.0.x:Major Update 1.5.0.x to 2.0.0.x
This is a plan for testing major updates going from 150x to 200x. Users of the latest 150x should be presented with the option to do a major update. If they choose this option and agree to the license agreement, they should be updated to a version of 200x, to be specific 15012->2004.
At a basic level we should:
- Make sure updates are presented
- Make sure the in-line content for Details and EULA is localized
- Make sure the user profile is preserved after the major update
- Make sure updates don't break basic functionality for user (ability to bookmark, add feeds, and such)
Mozilla Partner distribution builds will NOT have a major update at this time. Users attempting to update will automatically fallback. Link to [Partners Update Test Plan]
Instructions For Triggering a Major Update Fx 15012->Fx2006:
- Download a released Fx15012 build from here: http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/184.108.40.206/
- Install it, and then change the update channel to releasetest in the channel-prefs.js file found in C:/Program Files/Mozilla Firefox/defaults/pref/channel-prefs.js
- Restart the browser and select Check for Updates from the Help menu.
- NOTE: This is for MU testing purposes only. Please do not modify any files if you are not actively testing with the Mozilla QA team. Thanks!
Basic and Extended Tests
Basic and Extended tests are now in Litmus. They are in the 1.5x - 2.0x Major Update testgroup and FX 1.5-2.0 Major Update - Basic Tests and FX 1.5-2.0 Major Update - Extended Tests subgroups in the Firefox 2.0 Catchall test run.
We have to perform the same tests with 15012 user profiles containing bookmarks, history, saved form data, saved passwords, feeds, extensions and themes compatible with 200x, and extensions and themes not compatible with 200x. Think of a typical 150x user profile. After the major update the user profile should be kept, and during the update, the extensions and themes should be checked for compatibility.
The matrix for CJKT tests is on Google Docs. The updates there need to be run in order to make sure that search and home page settings are preserved across updates.
As a reference we should take a look at the test cases already in Litmus. Follow the link bellow, and enter your test RESULTS here
Quick Reference for l10n update details pages (from Major Update dialog): http://www.chevrel.org/mozco/20migration/display.php
This is a list of more in-depth tests spun off the Revised Software Update test cases in Litmus, under the Major/Minor Eula UI Functionality
check Details and EULA description check that you can only install if you accept license check eulas and descriptions are localized (Paul K., send a list of those that are ready) check major update works on different locales check interface elements work, buttons, links, text selection, scrolling, closing check "fallback" major updates (should there be a failure in the update download for example) check uninstalling and going back to previous build check only one type of update is presented at a time minor/major check major updates if you have multiple profiles check extension compatibility check check theme compatibility check check what tabs are default after you update. check these start pages are localized as before. check Windows bits are signed after major update. post: check minors are presented to the upgraded 220.127.116.11 users post: check major updates are presented only to those using the latest 150x post: check minor updates are presented for those users who said never post: check 200x users are not presented a major post: check majors a presented when user had said never, then manually checked for updates again (assuming major are once again available) check to see what happens when one type of update has been downloaded and not applied, and another type of update is made available. check to see if it is possible to download and say later and then regret and then install something better, like a major update. check what is left over after a "diff" (currently some crumbs are left for Win and Mac and it has been captured in a bug) check the state of the registry after a major update (and uninstall)