Commit 6e09b240 authored by Dan Poltawski's avatar Dan Poltawski
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MDL-50322 forum: add basic split post behat coverage

Also bump version for autoloading new class.
parent 2fef7540
@mod @mod_forum
Feature: Forum discussions can be split
In order to manage forum discussions in my course
As a Teacher
I need to be able to split threads to keep them on topic.
Given the following "users" exist:
| username | firstname | lastname | email |
| teacher1 | Teacher | 1 | |
| student1 | Student | 1 | |
And the following "courses" exist:
| fullname | shortname | category |
| Science 101 | C1 | 0 |
And the following "course enrolments" exist:
| user | course | role |
| teacher1 | C1 | editingteacher |
| student1 | C1 | student |
And I log in as "teacher1"
And I follow "Science 101"
And I turn editing mode on
And I add a "Forum" to section "1" and I fill the form with:
| Forum name | Study discussions |
| Forum type | Standard forum for general use |
| Description | Forum to discuss your coursework. |
And I add a new discussion to "Study discussions" forum with:
| Subject | Photosynethis discussion |
| Message | Lets discuss our learning about Photosynethis this week in this thread. |
And I log out
And I log in as "student1"
And I follow "Science 101"
And I reply "Photosynethis discussion" post from "Study discussions" forum with:
| Message | Can anyone tell me which number is the mass number in the periodic table? |
And I log out
Scenario: Split a forum discussion
Given I log in as "teacher1"
And I follow "Science 101"
And I follow "Study discussions"
And I follow "Photosynethis discussion"
When I follow "Split"
And I set the following fields to these values:
| Discussion name | Mass number in periodic table |
And I press "Split"
Then I should see "Mass number in periodic table"
And I follow "Study discussions"
And I should see "Teacher 1" in the "Photosynethis" "table_row"
And I should see "Student 1" in the "Mass number in periodic table" "table_row"
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defined('MOODLE_INTERNAL') || die();
$plugin->version = 2014111000; // The current module version (Date: YYYYMMDDXX)
$plugin->version = 2014111001; // The current module version (Date: YYYYMMDDXX)
$plugin->requires = 2014110400; // Requires this Moodle version
$plugin->component = 'mod_forum'; // Full name of the plugin (used for diagnostics)
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