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Task #6902

Final testing before tag

Added by Lauren Walker almost 6 years ago. Updated almost 6 years ago.

Status:
Resolved
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
Target version:
Start date:
12/10/2015
Due date:
% Done:

100%

Estimated time:
0.00 h

Description

On Mac and Windows, test on Chrome 46.X and 47.X, Firefox 41, 42 and 38, IE 9, 10, and 11, and Safari 9.X, all of which compromise ~92% of our users of DataONE Search (from Google Analytics, Nov 9 - Dec 9). - Note that IE 9 and 10 are in the top 92% but still are only 0.5% of our users (about 5 sessions each, out of 830).

  • Test auth tokens on search.test.dataone.org with all browsers
  • Test the KNB and Default themes since most development is done in the DataONE theme
  • Make sure auth tokens are working with log in and viewing private content in all browsers
  • Check for glaring issues with the styling on mobile devices - most common mobile resolutions are 320x568, 360x640, 375x667, and 414x736. These still make up a very small percentage of our DataONE Search users.

History

#1 Updated by Lauren Walker almost 6 years ago

  • % Done changed from 0 to 40
  • Status changed from New to In Progress

Logging tickets and fixing bugs as I find them...

Desktop
[X] Chrome 47 on Mac OS 10.11
[X] Chrome 47 on windows 7
[X] Firefox 42 on Windows 7
[X] Firefox 42 on Mac OS 10.11
[X] Safari 9 on Mac OS 10.11
[ ] IE 11 on Windows 7
[ ] IE 10 on Windows 7
[ ] IE 9 on Windows 7

Mobile - checking for major issues only
[ ] 320x568 Safari
[ ] 360x640 Chrome
[ ] 375x667 Safari
[ ] 360x640 Firefox

Other themes - make sure all new development looks ok
[ ] KNB theme check in IE
[ ] KNB theme check in Chrome, FF, Safari
[ ] Default theme check in IE
[ ] Default theme check in Chrome, FF, Safari

#2 Updated by Lauren Walker almost 6 years ago

Desktop
[X] Chrome 47 on Mac OS 10.11
[X] Chrome 47 on windows 7
[X] Firefox 42 on Windows 7
[X] Firefox 42 on Mac OS 10.11
[X] Safari 9 on Mac OS 10.11
[X] IE 11 on Windows 7
[X] IE 10 on Windows 7
[X] IE 9 on Windows 7

Mobile - checking for major issues only
[ ] 320x568 Safari
[ ] 360x640 Chrome
[ ] 375x667 Safari
[ ] 360x640 Firefox

Other themes - make sure all new development looks ok
[ ] KNB theme check in IE
[ ] KNB theme check in Chrome, FF, Safari
[ ] Default theme check in IE
[ ] Default theme check in Chrome, FF, Safari

#3 Updated by Lauren Walker almost 6 years ago

  • % Done changed from 40 to 60

IE 9 still doesn't like CORS AJAX requests, which means it cannot let a user log in unless we use the proxy on the /portal calls to. We either need to drop IE9 log-in support or add all /portal requests to the ProxyPass Apache config

#4 Updated by Lauren Walker almost 6 years ago

Desktop
[X] Chrome 47 on Mac OS 10.11
[X] Chrome 47 on windows 7
[X] Firefox 42 on Windows 7
[X] Firefox 42 on Mac OS 10.11
[X] Safari 9 on Mac OS 10.11
[X] IE 11 on Windows 7
[X] IE 10 on Windows 7
[X] IE 9 on Windows 7

Mobile - checking for major issues only
[X] 320x568 Safari
[X] 360x640 Chrome
[X] 375x667 Safari
[X] 360x640 Firefox

Other themes - make sure all new development looks ok
[ ] KNB theme check in IE
[ ] KNB theme check in Chrome, FF, Safari
[ ] Default theme check in IE
[ ] Default theme check in Chrome, FF, Safari

#5 Updated by Lauren Walker almost 6 years ago

  • translation missing: en.field_remaining_hours set to 0.0
  • % Done changed from 60 to 100
  • Status changed from In Progress to Resolved

Desktop
[X] Chrome 47 on Mac OS 10.11
[X] Chrome 47 on windows 7
[X] Firefox 42 on Windows 7
[X] Firefox 42 on Mac OS 10.11
[X] Safari 9 on Mac OS 10.11
[X] IE 11 on Windows 7
[X] IE 10 on Windows 7
[X] IE 9 on Windows 7

Mobile - checking for major issues only
[X] 320x568 Safari
[X] 360x640 Chrome
[X] 375x667 Safari
[X] 360x640 Firefox

Other themes - make sure all new development looks ok
[X] KNB theme check in IE
[X] KNB theme check in Chrome, FF, Safari
[X] Default theme check in IE
[X] Default theme check in Chrome, FF, Safari

#6 Updated by Lauren Walker almost 6 years ago

  • Estimated time set to 0.00 h

Ben and I made the executive decision to not have login support for IE 9 users (only 0.5% of our sessions on search.dataone.org, from Nov-Dec 2015, via Google Analytics). IE 9 users can still use all other MetacatUI features, just no login. Otherwise, we would have to route all portal requests through a proxy, which we have not tested yet and may not want to do.

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