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      Support for the OAuth protocol within Liferay.

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          Cynthia Wilburn (Inactive) added a comment -

          Slated for 6.1.next release.

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          Cynthia Wilburn (Inactive) added a comment - Slated for 6.1.next release.
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          Paul Piao (Inactive) added a comment - - edited

          PASSED Manual Testing using the following steps:
          1. Start the tomcat.
          2. Deploy Plugin Portlet - OpenSocial.
          3. Login the liferay.
          4. Click Add->More->OpenSocial Gadget
          You can see the OpenSocial Gadget portlet.
          5. Click Configuration.

          Reproduced on:
          Tomcat 6.0 + MySQL 5. Firefox 4.0.1. 6.0.4 GA.
          On affect version.I can not see the OpenSocial Gadget portlet.

          Fixed on:
          Tomcat 6.0 + MySQL 5. Firefox 4.0.1. Trunk Revision 81897.

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          Paul Piao (Inactive) added a comment - - edited PASSED Manual Testing using the following steps: 1. Start the tomcat. 2. Deploy Plugin Portlet - OpenSocial. 3. Login the liferay. 4. Click Add- >More ->OpenSocial Gadget You can see the OpenSocial Gadget portlet. 5. Click Configuration. Reproduced on: Tomcat 6.0 + MySQL 5. Firefox 4.0.1. 6.0.4 GA. On affect version.I can not see the OpenSocial Gadget portlet. Fixed on: Tomcat 6.0 + MySQL 5. Firefox 4.0.1. Trunk Revision 81897.
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          Paul Piao (Inactive) added a comment -

          PASSED Manual Testing using the following steps:
          1. Start the tomcat.
          2. Deploy Plugin Portlet - OpenSocial.
          3. Login the liferay.
          4. Go to OpenSocial in Control Panel.
          5. Add Gadget "http://gadget-doc-examples.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/opensocial-gadgets/oauth-youtube.xml".
          6. Click Manage O Auth in Actions.
          7. Click (+)Add.
          8.Select RSA_PRIVATE and Consumer Key "weitu.,googlepages.com".Then save.
          9. Go to My Private Pages.
          10. Add a O Auth YouTube portlet.

          Reproduced on:
          Tomcat 6.0 + MySQL 5. Firefox 4.0.1. 6.0.4 GA.
          On affect version.I can not see the Manage O Auth in Actions.

          Fixed on:
          Tomcat 6.0 + MySQL 5. Firefox 4.0.1. Trunk Revision 82255.

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          Paul Piao (Inactive) added a comment - PASSED Manual Testing using the following steps: 1. Start the tomcat. 2. Deploy Plugin Portlet - OpenSocial. 3. Login the liferay. 4. Go to OpenSocial in Control Panel. 5. Add Gadget "http://gadget-doc-examples.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/opensocial-gadgets/oauth-youtube.xml". 6. Click Manage O Auth in Actions. 7. Click (+)Add. 8.Select RSA_PRIVATE and Consumer Key "weitu.,googlepages.com".Then save. 9. Go to My Private Pages. 10. Add a O Auth YouTube portlet. Reproduced on: Tomcat 6.0 + MySQL 5. Firefox 4.0.1. 6.0.4 GA. On affect version.I can not see the Manage O Auth in Actions. Fixed on: Tomcat 6.0 + MySQL 5. Firefox 4.0.1. Trunk Revision 82255.

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