PUBLIC - Liferay Portal Community Edition
  1. PUBLIC - Liferay Portal Community Edition
  2. LPS-35261

As a calendar user I can continue to use the event types from my old calendar in the new calendar as categories

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    • Type: Story Story
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Completed
    • Affects Version/s: 6.2.0 CE M6
    • Fix Version/s: 6.2.0 CE M6, 6.2.0 CE RC1
    • Component/s: Calendar
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      Description

      Migrate the old Calendar event types to Categories. Add a vocabulary called "Calendar Event Types" and add the old Calendar event types as categories under it.

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          Sharon Choi added a comment -

          Testing currently blocked by the removal of the old calendar portlet in trunk, and this issue: http://issues.liferay.com/browse/LPS-37276.

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          Sharon Choi added a comment - Testing currently blocked by the removal of the old calendar portlet in trunk, and this issue: http://issues.liferay.com/browse/LPS-37276 .
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          Sharon Choi added a comment -

          PASSED Manual Testing using the following steps:

          1. Startup ee-6.1.20 bundle
          2. Add a test page
          3. Add the old calendar portlet
          4. Add one event per event type (Anniversary, Birthday, Class, etc)
          5. Shutdown ee-6.1.20 bundle
          6. Startup 6.2 bundle on same database with the following in the portal-ext:
            passwords.encryption.algorithm.legacy=SHA
          7. Deploy the calendar plugin
          8. Add the new calendar portlet to the page
          9. Assert all events created in the old calendar are migrated over successfully in the new bundle
          10. Create an event
          11. In the New Event i-frame, assert that all the old Calendar Event Types display (Anniversary, Birthday, Class, etc) as Categories
          12. Navigate to Admin > Sites > Content > Categories
          13. Assert old Calendar Event Types also display there

          Fixed on:
          Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal master GIT ID: b1aabfb4b67e4dc9d6347c2c2e75f84e08245fd4.
          Plugins master GIT ID: 2bfa9cbb6ad50fff4ed43a50544cf52e73ddd9e0.

          Event types from the old calendar portlet are now migrated over successfully into the new calendar portlet, and no errors are thrown in the console.

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          Sharon Choi added a comment - PASSED Manual Testing using the following steps: Startup ee-6.1.20 bundle Add a test page Add the old calendar portlet Add one event per event type (Anniversary, Birthday, Class, etc) Shutdown ee-6.1.20 bundle Startup 6.2 bundle on same database with the following in the portal-ext: passwords.encryption.algorithm.legacy=SHA Deploy the calendar plugin Add the new calendar portlet to the page Assert all events created in the old calendar are migrated over successfully in the new bundle Create an event In the New Event i-frame, assert that all the old Calendar Event Types display (Anniversary, Birthday, Class, etc) as Categories Navigate to Admin > Sites > Content > Categories Assert old Calendar Event Types also display there Fixed on: Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal master GIT ID: b1aabfb4b67e4dc9d6347c2c2e75f84e08245fd4. Plugins master GIT ID: 2bfa9cbb6ad50fff4ed43a50544cf52e73ddd9e0. Event types from the old calendar portlet are now migrated over successfully into the new calendar portlet, and no errors are thrown in the console.

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            • Assignee:
              Sharon Choi
              Reporter:
              Edwin Chung
              Recent user:
              Randy Zhu
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