A testing guide and test reporting form for testers of the OpenAppStack project¶
Great that you want to take OpenAppStack for a test drive. This tutorial contains instructions to get you going, some pointers on what we think would be useful to test, and guesses at what results of those tests would be useful to write down. At any point please feel invited to test whatever functionality you come across, and reporting whatever you think is interesting. Our contact details are listed here, and we’ll descibe how to give feedback via our issue tracker at the end of these instructions.
During these instructions, please replace example.org with your own domain name.
First we’d like you to setup an OpenAppStack cluster by yourself, following the installation tutorial.
Command line tests¶
Please run the command line tests which checks the overall functionality of your cluster and include the output in your feedback.
Logging into Nextcloud¶
Please browse to https://files.oas.example.org and try to log in using single
sign-on. Use the button labeled
Login with OpenAppStack.
Please try logging in with your admin account and configure the email settings
as shown in the Usage doc.
After that please login with the user you created in the user panel.
Nextcloud client application¶
If you feel like it, please try the Nextcloud desktop client, connect it to your OpenAppStack instance, and use it to manage some files.
If you feel like it, please try the Nextcloud mobile client for your smartphone, connect it to your OpenAppStack instance, and use it to download and/or open some files, upload a new file, etc.
Creating a new office document¶
From the main Nextcloud webpage, please try to create a new office document, by clicking the round
plus button near the top of the screen, then picking the
Document type with the blue icon (third one from below on my screen), and enter a name for it. After that, please try some basic editing of the document, and save it. Maybe check you can open it again afterwards, and that it has the contents that you saved earlier.
Collaborating on an office document¶
This part of the test requires the cooperation of another person; feel free to skip it now if that’s not convenient at this point.
First, try to share your document with a different user.
Then, try to open the shared document from a few different user accounts simultaneously, and let all participants edit the document mercilessly. There are also some collaboration features that you may want to try: on the left of the Onlyoffice screen there are buttons for chat and for text comments.
You can find Rocketchat at https://chat.oas.example.org.
Once you configured Rocketchat for single sign-on as desribed in the Usage docs
please login using single sign-on as
admin and afterwards as the user you
You can find Wordpress at https://www.oas.example.org.
Please try to login as the new user you created earlier by pressing “Log in” and
Login with OpenID Connect button.
At the moment Administrator privileges will not be available for single sign-on
users of WordPress. You can sign in with the automatically created administrator
account. The username is
admin and the password can be found in the
wordpress_admin_password file in the
secrets folder of your provisioning
machine’s config directory.