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==Project Tests Specification==
==Project Tests Specification==
'''Author:''' [mailto:sunflower@netbeans.org Alexandr Scherbatiy] <br>
'''Author:''' [mailto:sunflower@netbeans.org Alexandr Scherbatiy] <br>
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'''Last update:''' 01 October 2009 <br>
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'''Last update:''' 03 August 2010 <br>
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# {{testcase|Create Empty JavaFX Script Application}}
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# {{testcase|Create Empty JavaFX Script Application}}  
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## Invoke 'Tools | New Project...' from the main menu bar.         
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## Invoke 'Tools | New Project...' from the main menu bar.
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## Under Categories, select JavaFX.         
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## Under Projects, select JavaFX Application.         
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## Under Categories, select JavaFX.  
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## Click Next.         
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## In the Project Name field, type JavaFXSmokeApp.         
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## Under Projects, select JavaFX Application.  
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## Click Finish.         
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#* {{result|EXPECTED RESULT: JavaFXSmokeApp should be created in the Projects window. }}             
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## Click Next.  
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#* {{result|EXPECTED RESULT: JavaFX Editor should be opened. }}             
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## In the Project Name field, type JavaFXSmokeApp.  
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# {{testcase|Create JavaFX Script Application From Sources}}  
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## Invoke 'Tools | New Project...' from the main menu bar.        
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## Click Finish.  
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## Under Categories, select JavaFX.         
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## Under Projects, select JavaFX Application.         
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#* {{result|EXPECTED RESULT: JavaFXSmokeApp should be created in the Projects window. }}  
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## Click Next.         
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## In the Project Name field, type JavaFXAppFromSources.         
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#* {{result|EXPECTED RESULT: JavaFX Editor should be opened. }}  
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## Select ''From Sources'' radio button.         
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## Press ''Add Folder...'' button.      
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# {{testcase|Create JavaFX Script Application From Sources}}
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## Browse to the JavaFX source folder.      
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## Click Finish.      
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## Invoke 'Tools | New Project...' from the main menu bar.
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## Under Categories, select JavaFX.  
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## Under Projects, select JavaFX Application.  
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## In the Project Name field, type JavaFXAppFromSources.  
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## Press ''Add Folder...'' button.  
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Revision as of 10:01, 4 August 2010

Project Tests Specification

Author: Alexandr Scherbatiy
Version: 1.2
Last update: 03 August 2010
Introduction:
Comments:


Contents


Test suite: Project

Purpose:
Setup:

  1. Create Empty JavaFX Script Application
    1. Invoke 'Tools | New Project...' from the main menu bar.
    2. Under Categories, select JavaFX.
    3. Under Projects, select JavaFX Application.
    4. Click Next.
    5. In the Project Name field, type JavaFXSmokeApp.
    6. Click Finish.
    • EXPECTED RESULT: JavaFXSmokeApp should be created in the Projects window.
    • EXPECTED RESULT: JavaFX Editor should be opened.
  1. Create JavaFX Script Application From Sources
    1. Invoke 'Tools | New Project...' from the main menu bar.
    2. Under Categories, select JavaFX.
    3. Under Projects, select JavaFX Application.
    4. Click Next.
    5. In the Project Name field, type JavaFXAppFromSources.
    6. Select From Sources radio button.
    7. Press Add Folder... button.
    8. Browse to the JavaFX source folder.
    9. Click Finish.
    • EXPECTED RESULT: JavaFXAppFromSources should be created in the Projects window.
    • EXPECTED RESULT: .
  1. Set as Main Project
  1. Rename Project
  1. Move Project
  1. Delete Project


Test suite: Build

Purpose:
Setup:

  1. Clean Project
  1. Build Project
  1. Build and Clean Project
  1. Run Project


Test suite: File

Purpose:
Setup:

  1. Create Empty JavaFX File
  1. Create JavaFX Class
  1. Create JavaFX Applet
  1. Create Package
  1. Rename File
  1. Copy File
  1. Move File
  1. Cut and Paste File
  1. Delete File


Test suite: Properties

Purpose:
Setup:


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