[Libreoffice-qa] Creating test cases for Litmus server

Rimas Kudelis rq at akl.lt
Sat Nov 5 02:13:14 PDT 2011

Hi again,

2011.11.05 09:55, Rimas Kudelis rašė:
> 2011.11.04 08:56, Yifan Jiang rašė:
>> On Thu, Nov 03, 2011 at 05:32:03PM +0100, Petr Mladek wrote:
>>> On Wed, 2011-11-02 at 14:32 +0800, Yifan Jiang wrote:
>>>> IMHO we may make the access more open at least with the problems resolved:
>>>>     1. At the moment, the only user group can edit testcases is the
>>>>     Litmus Super Admin, which has an access to manage everything including
>>>>     other people's account. AFAIK, we had a particular Test run Admin group
>>>>     designed for test case editing but it didn't work properly currently :(
> Well, it's obvious that we need more groups than folks from Mozilla did.
> I'm not sure though whether or not it's hard to implement (without
> knowing Perl). I guess it shouldn't be. I can promise to look at it, but
> I'm afraid I'm slowly drowning in my promises, and that's not good. So
> I'll take a look at it, but no deadlines please. :)

OK, this appears to have been easier than I thought. It seems like the
functionality is already in Litmus, but simply not exposed in Litmus
admin UI. With just two SQL queries I have just created a new group
called 'LibreOffice product administrators' and associated it with
LibreOffice product. As a member of that group, I can now manage
testcases for LibreOffice product, and I am NOT able to edit users.
Hooray! \o/

Furthermore, when I'm a member of both 'LibreOffice Product
Administrators' and 'Litmus Test Run/Test Day Administrators', I can
create testdays too, without still being able to edit users.

Folks, can you check and confirm that this particular problem is really
solved? :)


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