QA:Testcase Gnome Online Accounts Add Google

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|description=Test whether a Google account can be created.
 
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* Run Online Accounts via Activities or System Settings.
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# Ensure that the {{package|gnome-online-accounts}} package is installed.
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# Run System Settings and go to the Online Accounts panel.
# Using "Add an online account" or "+" add your accounts on Google, Facebook, Windows Live, Microsoft Exchange and Enterprise Login (Kerberos or Active Directory).
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# Click the "+" button.
# If you have added Enterprise Login try access your intranet resources like web pages using [[QA:Testcase_Gnome_Web|Web]] or file servers using [[QA:Testcase_Gnome_Files|Files]].
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# Select Google.
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# Enter your username (eg., foo@gmail.com) and password.
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# Allow access once you have logged in.
 
|results=
 
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# Online Accounts should ask you for accounts credentials and enable all supported online services. You can see enabled: Google (Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Chat and Documents), Facebook Chat, Windows Live (Chat and Documents), Microsoft Exchange (Mail, Calendar and Contacts), Enterprise Login (Network Resources).
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# Once you have logged in, the cancel button should disappear.
# You can access your intranet resources without further configuration.
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# Once you have allowed access, the dialog should disappear and the new account should appear in the panel.
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# GMail should show up in Evolution.
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# Google Calendars should show up in Evolution.
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# Google Contacts should show up in Contacts and Evolution.
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# GTalk should show up in Empathy.
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# Google Documents should show up in Documents.
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# You should not be prompted for a password to use the applications.
 
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{{admon/note | This isn't all, please continue with [[QA:Testcase Gnome Documents|Documents]], [[QA:Testcase Gnome Files|Files]], [[QA:Testcase Empathy|Empathy]] and [[QA:Testcase Evolution|Evolution]] test cases.}}
 
{{admon/note | This isn't all, please continue with [[QA:Testcase Gnome Documents|Documents]], [[QA:Testcase Gnome Files|Files]], [[QA:Testcase Empathy|Empathy]] and [[QA:Testcase Evolution|Evolution]] test cases.}}
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Revision as of 19:25, 7 November 2012

Contents

Description

Test whether a Google account can be created.

Setup

  1. Ensure that the Package-x-generic-16.pnggnome-online-accounts package is installed.
  2. Run System Settings and go to the Online Accounts panel.
  3. Click the "+" button.
  4. Select Google.
  5. Enter your username (eg., foo@gmail.com) and password.
  6. Allow access once you have logged in.

How to test

  1. Start here ...
  2. Next do this ...
  3. Finally click that

Expected Results

  1. Once you have logged in, the cancel button should disappear.
  2. Once you have allowed access, the dialog should disappear and the new account should appear in the panel.
  3. GMail should show up in Evolution.
  4. Google Calendars should show up in Evolution.
  5. Google Contacts should show up in Contacts and Evolution.
  6. GTalk should show up in Empathy.
  7. Google Documents should show up in Documents.
  8. You should not be prompted for a password to use the applications.



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This isn't all, please continue with Documents, Files, Empathy and Evolution test cases.