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ID1414
TitleDeja-Dup
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Part of testsuitesDeja-Dup
Ubuntu Applications

RevisionWritten on the 2013-05-30 17:34 by nskaggs
RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-28 16:33 by nskaggs
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Test-case name: dejadup/dej-001
This test will check that Dejadup can backup and restore files

  1. Create a test folder in your home directory with one test text file.
  2. Open the dash and launch backup by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘backup’
    1. Backup should launch
  3. Click 'Just show my backup settings'
    1. Tabs list in the sidebar appears, Overview tab is selected by default
  4. Click 'Folders' tab. Remove all folders from 'Folders to backup' list, then add your test folder containing the test document file
    1. 'Folders to backup' list contains your test folder
  5. Click 'Storage' tab and select a valid backup location
    1. Backup location and folder are specified
  6. Click 'Overview' tab and click 'Back Up Now' button
    1. A 'Back Up' window launches and starts scanning and backing up your folder
  7. If 'Back Up' window requests a password, select 'Allow restoring without a password' radiobutton and click 'Continue'
    1. Back up process is resumed
  8. Wait for the backup to end, then delete your test folder from your home directory
    1. test folder is deleted
  9. Focus the backup tool window again and click 'Restore'
    1. Restore window pops up, 'Restore from Where?' step is opened
  10. Select the folder to restore from and click 'Forward'.
    1. 'Checking For Backups' step appears. After the progress is complete 'Restore from When?' step appears
  11. Select today's date and click 'Forward'.
    1. 'Restore to Where?' step is opened
  12. Set the radio button to 'Restore files to original locations' and click 'Forward'.
    1. 'Summary' step is opened
  13. Check that correct settings are displayed and click 'Restore'
    1. 'Restoring' step with a progress bar is opened. After the process is complete, 'Restore Finished' step is opened
  14. Click 'Close' button on 'Restore is Finished' step.
    1. Wizard window closes
  15. Open Nautilus and check that test folder and files are created correctly
    1. Was your test folder and the test file contained within it restored correctly to your home folder?


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