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|description=This test case tests the functionality of the ABRT feature.
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|description=This test case tests the basic functionality of the ABRT GUI.
 
|actions=
 
|actions=
# Go to: <tt>Applications->System Tools</tt> and click on ''Automatic Bug Reporting Tool''
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# Go to: <tt>Activities -> Applications</tt> and click on ''Automatic Bug Reporting Tool'', or run {{command|gnome-abrt}} in terminal.
 
# In the main window you should see a list of previously detected crashes
 
# In the main window you should see a list of previously detected crashes
 
#* Select some crash
 
#* Select some crash
# Look for the red siren icon - the ABRT logo.
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# Look for the icon - the ABRT logo - in the task list or overview
# <tt>Edit > Plugins</tt> should open window with list of relevant plugins
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# Go to <tt>Preferences -> Events</tt>
 
 
 
|results=
 
|results=
# abrt-gui executes fine
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# {{command|gnome-abrt}} should run without crashing
# The information about the crash should appear right after clicking "Open" in main window.
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# Information about a crash should appear right after selecting it in the main window
# Window should have a proper icon (the red siren) in task bar or GNOME Shell.
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# The ABRT window should have the correct icon in task bar or GNOME Shell
# <tt>Plugins</tt> window lets you see and configure plugins.
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# <tt>Configuration</tt> window should let you see and configure plugins
 
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}}
 
[[Category:Package_abrt_test_cases]]
 
[[Category:Package_abrt_test_cases]]

Latest revision as of 19:43, 4 July 2014

Description

This test case tests the basic functionality of the ABRT GUI.


How to test

  1. Go to: Activities -> Applications and click on Automatic Bug Reporting Tool, or run gnome-abrt in terminal.
  2. In the main window you should see a list of previously detected crashes
    • Select some crash
  3. Look for the icon - the ABRT logo - in the task list or overview
  4. Go to Preferences -> Events

Expected Results

  1. gnome-abrt should run without crashing
  2. Information about a crash should appear right after selecting it in the main window
  3. The ABRT window should have the correct icon in task bar or GNOME Shell
  4. Configuration window should let you see and configure plugins