QA:Testcase Gnome Online Accounts Add ownCloud

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# Select ownCloud.
 
# Select ownCloud.
 
# Enter server (eg. my.owndrive.com) and your username and password.
 
# Enter server (eg. my.owndrive.com) and your username and password.
# Allow access once you have logged in.
 
 
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# Once you have logged in, the cancel button should disappear.
 
# Once you have logged in, the cancel button should disappear.
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# ownCloud Contacts should show up in Contacts and Evolution.
 
# ownCloud Contacts should show up in Contacts and Evolution.
 
# ownCloud share should show up in Files.
 
# ownCloud share should show up in Files.
# You should not be prompted for a password to use the applications unless you use 2-factor authentication.
 
 
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Revision as of 21:03, 20 March 2013

Contents

Description

Test whether a Google account can be created.

Setup

  1. Ensure that Package-x-generic-16.pnggnome-online-accounts and Package-x-generic-16.pnggnome-control-center are installed.
  2. Have already ownCloud account or get free ownCloud account at OwnDrive.

How to test

  1. Run System Settings and go to the Online Accounts panel.
  2. Click the "+" button.
  3. Select ownCloud.
  4. Enter server (eg. my.owndrive.com) and your username and password.

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. ownCloud should show up in Evolution.
  4. ownCloud Calendars should show up in Evolution.
  5. ownCloud Contacts should show up in Contacts and Evolution.
  6. ownCloud share should show up in Files.