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These are the areas that we'd like to first start automating testing on the Calendar project.

Contents

Smoke test automation

  • Switch to Calendar Tab in Thunderbird, verify that it appears
  • Switch to Tasks tab in Thunderbird verify that it appears
  • Switch to the Calendar View and Create a new local calendar. Use that calendar for the following tests.

View Specific Tests

  • Use the minimonth to go to January 1 2009, verify that the main view goes there and highlights Jan 1 2009
  • (With jan 1 2009 highlighted), Click on Day tab to get day view
    • Create an event by double clicking at 8AM, ensure that event dialog pops up, defaulting to 8AM.
    • Fill in a title and description, save the event
    • Save Event Dialog
    • Ensure event is created
    • Double click the event to edit it
    • Change the event title and save it
    • Ensure the title is changed in the view
    • Delete the event
  • (With jan 1 2009 highlighted), Click on Week tab to get week view
    • Create an event by double clicking at 8AM, ensure that event dialog pops up, defaulting to 8AM.
    • Fill in a title and description, save the event
    • Save Event Dialog
    • Ensure event is created
    • Double click the event to edit it
    • Change the event title and save it
    • Ensure the title is changed in the view
    • Delete the event
  • (With jan 1 2009 highlighted), Click on Multiweek tab to get multiweek view
    • Double click on Jan 1, 2009 to get new event dialog, ensure time defaults to current hour.
    • Fill in a title and description, save the event
    • Ensure event is created
    • Double click the event to edit it
    • Change the event title and save it
    • Ensure the title is changed in the view
    • Delete the event
  • (With jan 1 2009 highlighted), Click on Month to get Month view
    • Double click on Jan 1, 2009 to get new event dialog, ensure time defaults to current hour.
    • Fill in a title and description, save the event
    • Ensure event is created
    • Double click the event to edit it
    • Change the event title and save it
    • Ensure the title is changed in the view
    • Delete the event

Event Dialog Tests

  • (Use month view for this, Jan 1 2009 still selected)
  • File->New Event to bring up the event dialog
  • Ensure the current calendar is selected by default and the current hour is selected by default
  • Fill in Title, Location, Category, Repeat (Daily), Reminder (5 Minutes) and Description
  • Click Attendees Panel
  • Add a bogus user, click OK
  • Click Privacy to make it a private event
  • Click Attach and attach http://mozilla.org to it
  • Ensure event is created on each day of the month
  • Ensure the Alarm window displays and Dismiss it
  • Ensure bell is displayed in event view
  • Ensure on hover that proper tool tip is displayed
  • Click on the event instance on Jan 2 2009.
  • Delete it.
  • Verify the "Repeating Event Dialog" displays, select to delete "Just this occurrence"
  • Ensure that occurrence is deleted, but others still exist
  • Ensure the "Would you like to send email" dialog displays, click ok
  • Click on the event on Jan 3, 2009 and delete it
  • On the "Repeating Event Dialog" select to "Delete all occurrences"
  • Ensure the "Would you like to send email" dialog displays, click ok
  • Ensure that all instances of event are deleted (both on and before Jan 3, 2009).

Task View Tests

  • Click on the Task View, ensure testing calendar selected
  • Click and add a task on the "Click here to add a task" line
  • Ensure the task is added.
  • Select the task, ensure the detail window is populated with task data
  • Double click the task to bring up the Task Dialog
  • Add some details in the description field and save it
  • Add a Status of Needs Action and a Percent Complete
  • Ensure the Description text shows up in the details window
  • Ensure the Status shows up in the details pane
  • Ensure that on hover the tooltip shows the status and the percent complete
  • Click the Priority button to set high priority and ensure the '!' appears next to the task in the task list
  • Click the "Mark Completed" button and ensure the task is marked completed (the checkbox is checked, text has strikethrough).

The Today Pane Tests

  • Go to the Calendar Tab
  • Click the circle icon on the minimonth header
  • Verify that today is selected on the calendar
  • Add an event that is now + 6 hours (so that it is still on "Today")
  • Add an event tomorrow
  • Add an event 5 days away
  • Switch to the mail window
  • Activate the today pane
  • Ensure the Today pane shows the correct date
  • Ensure the Today event is listed under the "Today" heading
  • Ensure the "Tomorrow" event is listed under the "Tomorrow" heading
  • Ensure the event in 5 days is listed under the "Soon" heading
  • Ensure the today pane is hidden if you toggle it's button on the status bar again.