Details for testcase: Privacy



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ID1517
TitlePrivacy
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Part of testsuitesSystem Settings

RevisionWritten on the 2013-05-30 17:36 by nskaggs
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Test-case name: privacy/privacy-001
This test will test whether the program loads correctly.

In the Unity menu, type "privacy" and click on the "Privacy" application.
The "Privacy" settings window should display inside the Settings Window.
Five tabs should be visible: "Search Results," "Recent Items," "Files," "Applications," and "Diagnostics."
The displayed tab should be "Search Results"
Underneath the tab notebook should be a toggle ("ON/OFF") switch with a bold label "Record Activity" in front of it
Is the text overall displayed clearly and visibly?
Press the top-left "X" button to close the program.
The window should close successfully.
If you have a "System Settings" icon on your Unity dash, click on it. If not, search in the Unity menu
Click on the "Privacy" icon.
The window should show privacy settings.
In the navigation up at the top, click on "All Settings."
The privacy settings should close (Including "Record Activity") and you should be back at the "All Settings" page.
Open the privacy settings again (in any fashion) to continue with the testing.

Test-case name: privacy/privacy-002
This test will test whether clicking on the tabs displays the correct content.

Click on the "Search Results" tab.
Is it displaying correctly and clearly?
Click on the "Recent Items" tab.
Have the contents of the window changed? (has the notebook changed to a new page?)
Is it displaying correctly and clearly?
Click on the "Files" tab.
Have the contents of the window changed? (has the notebook changed to a new page?)
Is it displaying correctly and clearly?
Click on the "Applications" tab.
Have the contents of the window changed? (has the notebook changed to a new page?)
Is it displaying correctly and clearly?
Click on the "Diagnostics" tab.
Have the contents of the window changed? (has the notebook changed to a new page?)
Is it displaying correctly and clearly?
Click on the "Search Results" tab again
Has the "Search results" page rendered again?

Test-case name: privacy/privacy-003
This test will check the functionality the "Search Results" tab.

Click the toggle switch to the right of "Include online search results" to
the "OFF" position.
Click on the unity menu, and type a search; "Big Buck Bunny" for instance.
Were online search results omitted? In other words, were the only results system application and files?
Switch "Include online search results" to "ON." Open the unity menu. If you need to retype the search, do so.
Were online results displayed?

Test-case name: privacy/privacy-004
This test will check the functionality of the "Recent Items" tab.

Click on the spin button to the right of "Forget activities"
There should be 5 categories: "The past (hour/day/week)", "All" and "Advanced."
Select "The past (hour/day/week)" or "All" from the spinbutton.
Nothing should display change except for the spinbutton.
Click on "Advanced."
Did a "From:" date field and a "To:" date field appear above the "Delete history" button?
With the "Advanced" item still selected, choose a "From:" date and a "To:" date so that the "From:" date is greater than the "To:" Date or today's date, or both. Note that to select you need to double-click on a date.
Did the "From:" date reset to a valid date (before today or the "To:" Date?)
Do the same with the "To" field, but choose a date less than the "From:" date or today's date, or both.
Did the "To:" date reset to a valid date (before today after the "From:" Date?)
Edit and save some documents to appear in recent history.
In the "Forget activities:" spin button, select "All". Click "Delete History"
Did a message box pop up?
Did the message appear normal?
Click "Cancel"
Open the Unity menu.
Are your recent document still there?
In the privacy window press "Delete history" again and this time press "Yes".
Open the Unity menu.
Your recent documents should be deleted.

Test-case name: privacy/privacy-005
This test will check the functionality of the "Files" tab.

Check several combinations of the check boxes under "Don't record activity for the following type of files:"
The items should be checked.
Underneath the "Don't record activity in the following folders:" box should be a "+" and "-" button. Click on the "+" button
A file dialog should appear.
You should not be able to interact with anything in the main window while the file dialog is active
Select a folder and press "Cancel."
The box should be blank.
This time click on "+" and select a folder. Click "OK"
The folder should be added to the box with the relative path in bold.
The absolute path should be underneath an icon.
Click on "+" again, select the same folder you just added, and press "OK"
The folder you just added should appear only once.
Click on "+" again, select a different folder from the one you just added, and press "OK"
The layout should look similar to the first folder you added.
Press "+" again.
Press the CTRL + H keys on your keyboard to display hidden directories (directories that begin with a ".").
Select one of these hidden directories and press "OK"
The hidden directory should appear in the list.
Click on one of the folder items. Press "-"
The folder you selected should disappear from the list.
The next folder in the list should be selected automatically.
Click on the other folders you added to the list. Press "-"
The items should not be seen in the list once you delete them.
Add four or more folders to the list to ensure they'll go past what's visible.
A scroll bar should appear on the right. Does the list still display correctly?
Delete all the documents you added.

Test-case name: privacy/privacy-006
This test will check the functionality of the "Applications" tab.

Near the bottom should be a "+" button and a "-" button. Click on the "+" button.
A pop-up should appear listing all the applications on your computer.
You should not be able to interact with anything in the main window while the application dialog is active
Are any applications missing? Feel free to do a quick glance of your favorite applications instead of the entire list.
Click on the column titles to sort ascending and descending.
Do the applications resort accordingly?
Click on an application item in the list and press "Cancel"
Nothing should be added to the main window's list.
Click on the "+" button again. Select an application and press "OK"
The pop-up window should close.
The application should appear in the main window's list.
Click on the "+" button again.
The application you just added shouldn't be in the pop-up window list.
Select another application and press "OK."
The application you selected should be in the list and look similar to the first application you added.
Select one of the applications listed. Click the "-" button.
The item you selected should be removed from the list.
The only item remaining should be automatically selected.
Delete the last remaining item.
The item you selected should be removed from the list.
Add seven or more applications to the list to ensure they go past what's viewable.
A scroll bar should appear on the right.
Does the list still display correctly?
Delete all the applications you just added.

Test-case name: privacy/privacy-007
This test will check the functionality of the "Diagnostics" tab.

Look at the content of the "Diagnostics" page.
Unless you opened the "privacy" application as root the "Send error reports to Canonical" checkbox should be disabled.
Click on the "privacy policy" button
Firefox (or your default web browser) should open with the privacy policy listed.
Click the "Unlock" button on the right side of the window.
A system dialog should appear asking for super-user password.
Enter your password (if you have admin access).
The "Unlock" button should now say "Lock"
The "Send error reports to Canonical" checkbox should be enabled.
Wait for about 20 minutes.
The "Lock" button should say "Unlock"
and the "Send error reports to Canonical" checkbox should be disabled.
Click "Unlock" again, enter your password, and then click "Lock"
The "Lock" button should say "Unlock"
and the "Send error reports to Canonical" checkbox should be disabled.

Test-case name: privacy/privacy-008
This test will check whether the settings are saved.

Modify all fields possible and close the window.
Open the "Privacy" window again.
Are the settings restored as you set them?
Modify the fields again, close the window, and log out.
Log back in again and open the privacy settings.
Are the settings restored as you set them?

Test-case name: privacy/privacy-009
This test will cover any test cases not appropriate for the categories above.

Click the "Record Activity" toggle button at the bottom of the privacy window.
The button should toggle be switched to "OFF" if it's in the "ON" position.
Ensure the "Record Activity" toggle button is set to "OFF"
Observe your activity for a few minutes (e.g. chat in IRC, run some applications, create some documents)
Unity should not be showing any new activity.

If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result.
If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit 'failed' and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result

RevisionWritten on the 2013-04-15 13:12 by nskaggs