Commit 4d35a190 authored by Eloy Lafuente's avatar Eloy Lafuente
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MDL-45366 behat: automate MDLQA-2425

It covers all the original cases and more:
- chapters up and down.
- subchapters up and down within chapter and out from chapter.
- 2nd up and before last down behaviors.
parent 22e99d61
@mod @mod_book
Feature: In a book, chapters and subchapters can be rearranged
In order to rearrange chapters and subchapters
As a teacher
I need to move chapters and subchapters up and down.
Background:
Given the following "users" exist:
| username | firstname | lastname | email |
| teacher1 | Teacher | 1 | teacher1@example.com |
And the following "courses" exist:
| fullname | shortname | format |
| Course 1 | C1 | topics |
And the following "course enrolments" exist:
| user | course | role |
| teacher1 | C1 | editingteacher |
And I log in as "teacher1"
And I am on "Course 1" course homepage with editing mode on
And I add a "Book" to section "1" and I fill the form with:
| Name | Test book |
| Description | A book about rearrangements! |
And I follow "Test book"
And I should see "Add new chapter"
And I set the following fields to these values:
| Chapter title | Originally first chapter |
| Content | #1 chapter content |
And I press "Save changes"
And I click on "a[href*='pagenum=1']" "css_element"
And I set the following fields to these values:
| Chapter title | A great second chapter |
| Content | #2 chapter content |
And I press "Save changes"
And I click on "a[href*='pagenum=2']" "css_element"
And I set the following fields to these values:
| Chapter title | Second chapter, subchapter 1 |
| Content | #21 subchapter content |
| Subchapter | 1 |
And I press "Save changes"
And I click on "a[href*='pagenum=3']" "css_element"
And I set the following fields to these values:
| Chapter title | Second chapter, subchapter 2 |
| Content | #22 subchapter content |
| Subchapter | 1 |
And I press "Save changes"
And I click on "a[href*='pagenum=4']" "css_element"
And I set the following fields to these values:
| Chapter title | There aren't 2 without 3 |
| Content | #3 subchapter content |
| Subchapter | 0 |
And I press "Save changes"
Scenario: Moving chapters down rearranges them properly
Given I click on "Move chapter down \"1. Originally first chapter\"" "link"
When I follow "Test book"
Then I should see "1. A great second chapter"
And I should see "#2 chapter content"
And I should see "1.1. Second chapter, subchapter 1"
And I should see "1.2. Second chapter, subchapter 2"
And I should see "2. Originally first chapter"
And I should see "3. There aren't 2 without 3"
Scenario: Moving chapters up rearranges them properly
Given I click on "Move chapter up \"3. There aren't 2 without 3\"" "link"
When I follow "Test book"
Then I should see "1. Originally first chapter"
And I should see "#1 chapter content"
And I should see "2. There aren't 2 without 3"
And I should see "3. A great second chapter"
And I should see "3.1. Second chapter, subchapter 1"
And I should see "3.2. Second chapter, subchapter 2"
Scenario: Moving subchapters down within chapter rearranges them properly
Given I click on "Move chapter down \"2.1. Second chapter, subchapter 1\"" "link"
When I follow "Test book"
Then I should see "2.1. Second chapter, subchapter 2"
And I should see "2.2. Second chapter, subchapter 1"
Scenario: Moving subchapters down out of chapter rearranges them properly
Given I click on "Move chapter down \"2.2. Second chapter, subchapter 2\"" "link"
When I follow "Test book"
Then I should see "3.1. Second chapter, subchapter 2"
And I click on "Move chapter down \"3. There aren't 2 without 3\"" "link"
And I should not see "4. There aren't 2 without 3"
And I should see "3. There aren't 2 without 3"
And I should see "3.1. Second chapter, subchapter 2"
Scenario: Moving subchapters up within chapter rearranges them properly
Given I click on "Move chapter up \"2.2. Second chapter, subchapter 2\"" "link"
When I follow "Test book"
Then I should see "2.1. Second chapter, subchapter 2"
And I should see "2.2. Second chapter, subchapter 1"
Scenario: Moving subchapters up out of chapter rearranges them properly
Given I click on "Move chapter up \"2.1. Second chapter, subchapter 1\"" "link"
When I follow "Test book"
Then I should see "1.1. Second chapter, subchapter 1"
And I click on "Move chapter up \"1.1. Second chapter, subchapter 1\"" "link"
And I should not see "1.1. Second chapter, subchapter 1"
And I should see "1. Second chapter, subchapter 1"
And I should see "2. Originally first chapter"
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