Moodle QA
  1. Moodle QA
  2. MDLQA-1814 Moodle 2.3 QA Cycle 1
  3. MDLQA-2057

CLONE - A user can quickly locate files uploaded previously

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      This test requires the upload a file and recent files repositories to be enabled.

      1. Log in as a student and go to a forum.
      2. Add a new discussion topic and upload a text file as an attachment.
      3. Check that the file is shown attached to the forum post.
      4. Add another new discussion topic and include an image in the message by clicking the insert image icon in the text editor and then uploading an image.
      5. Check that the image is displayed in the forum post.
      6. Add another new discussion topic and include a sound or video file by clicking the Moodle media icon in the text editor and then uploading a sound or video file.
      7. Check that the sound or video file is displayed correctly (assuming the multimedia plugins is enabled).
      8. Reply to a discussion, click the Add attachment button, choose Recent files in the file picker and select the text file which was previously uploaded.
      9. Check that the file is shown attached to the forum post.
      10. Reply to a discussion, click the insert image icon, choose Recent files in the file picker and select the image which was previously uploaded.
      11. Check that the image is displayed in the forum post.
      12. Reply to a discussion, click the Moodle media icon, choose Recent files in the file picker and select the sound or video file which was previously uploaded.
      13. Check that the sound or video file is displayed correctly.

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          Klaus Steitz added a comment -

          step 8,10,12: text file of step 2 doesn´t show up in "recent files" as well as image and media (MP3-Audio)! None of the to the forum uploaded files can be found under Recent files! Tested with Sam Student (Login: student) at the existing "A standard forum for general use" in the Features Demo course of qa.moodle.net. Also doesn´t work with a new forum (test-forum1 in "Course Fullname 101").

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          Klaus Steitz added a comment - step 8,10,12: text file of step 2 doesn´t show up in "recent files" as well as image and media (MP3-Audio)! None of the to the forum uploaded files can be found under Recent files! Tested with Sam Student (Login: student) at the existing "A standard forum for general use" in the Features Demo course of qa.moodle.net. Also doesn´t work with a new forum (test-forum1 in "Course Fullname 101").
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          Dan Poltawski added a comment -

          Thanks for testing this issue. An issue can has been integrated and can be reset.

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          Dan Poltawski added a comment - Thanks for testing this issue. An issue can has been integrated and can be reset.
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          Aparup Banerjee added a comment -

          "Text file filetype cannot be accepted." - i get that at step 2. :-|

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          Aparup Banerjee added a comment - "Text file filetype cannot be accepted." - i get that at step 2. :-|
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          Andrew Davis added a comment -

          I just passed this and Im not sure that I should have. It all worked perfectly for me including the text file. Aparup, is it still broken for you in latest integration?

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          Andrew Davis added a comment - I just passed this and Im not sure that I should have. It all worked perfectly for me including the text file. Aparup, is it still broken for you in latest integration?
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          Aparup Banerjee added a comment - - edited

          nah sorry it works fine, was using the wrong file picker. you're all good.

          edit: this test should probably say "Ensure your forum setting allows number of attachments > 0"

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          Aparup Banerjee added a comment - - edited nah sorry it works fine, was using the wrong file picker. you're all good. edit: this test should probably say "Ensure your forum setting allows number of attachments > 0"

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