TS 73 GroovyGrails Sanity

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# {{testcase|Create a new project}}
# {{testcase|Create a new project}}
## From the menu, select ''File'' → ''New Project''
## From the menu, select ''File'' → ''New Project''
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## On ''Categories'', select ''Groovy'' and in ''Projects'' select ''Grails Application'', then click on ''Next''
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## On ''Categories'', select ''Groovy'' and in ''Projects'' select ''Grails Application'', then click on ''Next'' (this may take a while if is activating the Groovy features)
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#* {{result|EXPECTED RESULT: Groovy activation is started, then a ''New Grails Application'' window .}}
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## Leave the default project name
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## Click on ''Finish'' (it will take a while also)
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## ''F6''
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#* {{result|EXPECTED RESULT: A new browser window is open, showing the contents of ''http://localhost:8080/GrailsApplicationN/''.}}

Revision as of 19:28, 18 October 2012

Sanity Test Specification for NetBeans Groovy and Grails Support Functionality

Author: Jose Galaviz
Last update: October 18, 2012
NetBeans version: NetBeans 7.3
Introduction: Test cases for sanity testing of NetBeans Groovy and Grails Support functionality.

Contents

Prerequisites

Tests

Test suite: Create grails project

Purpose: Test verifies that the default project will run and create basic files correctly
Expected time: 10 minutes
Setup: Start IDE with clear userdir

  1. Create a new project
    1. From the menu, select FileNew Project
    2. On Categories, select Groovy and in Projects select Grails Application, then click on Next (this may take a while if is activating the Groovy features)
    3. Leave the default project name
    4. Click on Finish (it will take a while also)
    5. F6
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