JSF Palette Test Specification

Author: Lukasz Grela, Jiri Skrivanek
Version: NetBeans 6.0
Last update: 6-th September 2007

Introduction: This test specification guides tester through JSF Palete.
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Test suite 1: Creating a new application with JSF support

Purpose: Tests functionality which make possible to create Web Project base upon JSF framework.

# Test case Description
1 Create web application with JSF Support
  1. Choose File > New Project and select the Web Application template from the Web category.
  2. Click Next in Name and Location page.
  3. In the Frameworks page, check JavaServer Faces framework.
  4. Click Finish.
  5. Add Entity class to the project.
RESULT: index.jsp is open in editor.

Test suite 2: Inserting JSP Palette items

# Test case Description
1 Create empty JSF Form
  1. Drag JSF Form item from the Palette and drop it in editor.
  2. Click OK in 'Insert JSF Form' dialog.
RESULT: Empty JSF form is inserted to index.jsp at the position you dropped it.
2 Create JSF Form from Entity class
  1. Drag JSF Form item from the Palette and drop it in editor.
  2. Select 'Form Generated from Entity Class' radio button.
  3. Browse for your entity class (issue 90557, 111741).
  4. Click OK in 'Insert JSF Form' dialog.
  5. Repeat steps 1 - 4 but select Editable option.
RESULT: Verify JSF form with all fields is inserted to index.jsp at the position you dropped it. Check also difference between Editable and Read-only form.
3 Create empty JSF Data Table
  1. Drag JSF Data Table item from the Palette and drop it in editor.
  2. Click OK in 'Insert JSF Data Table' dialog.
RESULT: Verify empty JSF Data Table is inserted to index.jsp at the position you dropped it.
4 Create JSF Data Table from Entity class
  1. Drag JSF Data Table item from the Palette and drop it in editor.
  2. Select 'Table Generated from Entity Class' radio button.
  3. Browse for your entity class (issue 90557, 111741).
  4. Click OK in 'Insert JSF Data Table' dialog.
RESULT: Verify JSF Data Table with all fields is inserted to index.jsp at the position you dropped it.

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