TS 60 MobilityMultiUserMode

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"Mobility Pack In Multi User Mode" Test Specification for "NetBeans 6.0"

Author: "Lukas Hasik"
Version: "0.5"
Last update: "07/19/2007"
Introduction: "Sun Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5.2 (WTK) supports multi user mode. It means that user can share one installation on one computer. In previous releases every user of Mobility Pack had to have its own copy of the WTK in it's own userdir. From the WTK 2.5.2 there can be one IDE+WTK installation that can be shared by multiple users on the same computer or network."
Comments: "This test specification is for NetBeans Mobility Pack 6.0 bundled with WTK 2.5.2. The WTK 2.5.2 wasn't bundled till Beta 1"

Contents


Test suite: "Run/Build"

Purpose: "Test that the functionality of Mobility Pack with WTK 2.5.2 didn't changed"
Setup: "Install the NetBeans 6.0 (standard or full distribution) as root on a linux machine."
Comment: "You cannot use the basic or zip distribution because it either doesn't contain the Mobility Pack or the WTK emulator runtime."

  1. "Run IDE as 'user 1'"
    1. "action 1 Create new project Hello World. The default Emulator Platform is WTK 2.5.2"
    2. "action 2 Run the project"
    • EXPECTED RESULT: "The emulator comes up with the Hello World MIDlet. You can Launch the MIDlet"
  2. "Two users running the WTK in the same time"
    1. "action 1 'User 1' runs IDE from the same location as 'user 2'"
    2. "action 2 Both users import the same project"
    3. "action 3 Both users run the project in the same time"
    • EXPECTED RESULT: "The emulator work for both users on the machine. ;"what about shared network configurations in universities - all installation is on server? Users have only userdir." "


Test suite: "Import WTK Sample Projects to Mobility Pack"

Purpose: "User can import and run WTK examples"
Setup: "Install the NetBeans 6.0 (standard or full distribution) as root on a linux machine."
Comment: "You cannot use the basic or zip distribution because it either doesn't contain the Mobility Pack or the WTK emulator runtime."

  1. "Import WTK Example"
    1. "action 1 __New Project > Mobility > Import Wireless Toolkit Project"
    2. "action 2 Choose a project from list that appears."
    3. "action 3 Import and Run the project"
    • EXPECTED RESULT: "If the WTK2.5.2 is your only Java ME platform then the wizard lists the projects from WTK automatically. The imported project run without any problems."


Test suite: "Import Setting from older Mobility Pack"

Purpose: "User can import setting from older IDe version during IDE first start after installation of newer IDE version"
Setup: "Have a NetBeans userdir for the import ready"

  1. "Import Settings From IDE Bundled With WTK 2.2"
    1. "action 1 Import Settings from 5.5.1 release"
    • EXPECTED RESULT: "The Emulator Platform for old projects is still WTK 2.2. Both platforms - WTK 2.2, WTK 2.5.2 are available in IDE."
  1. "Import Settings From IDE Without Mobility Pack"
    1. "action 1 Import Settings from 5.5.1 release"
    • EXPECTED RESULT: "The only Emulator Platform is still WTK 2.5.2"


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