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      Felix Zhang added a comment -

      Block by LPS-37867.

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      FAILED Manual Testing using the following steps:

      1. Deploy Marketplace Portlet and Calendar Portlet.
      2. Set the property "calendar.sync.solvents.on.startup" to "false" in the portlet.properties.
      3. Log in as test@liferay.com.
      4. Add Calendar Portlet.
      5. Add Event.
      6. Enter the following:
        • Title : Working.
        • Start Date : Default.
        • End Date : 8 hour from now.
      7. Save.
      8. Close the New Event pop-up.

      Failed on:
      Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.2.x GIT ID: 34104f2b81755228d9ac59eb02db3ac290d9f5af.
      Plugins 6.2.x GIT ID: 589b525adfc82a3b987afe1f699b3a0c702728a3.

      After creating an event, the user can see the event he created (See the attachment-1.png). After refreshing the page, the user cannot see the event he created (See the attachment-2.png).

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      Felix Zhang added a comment - FAILED Manual Testing using the following steps: Deploy Marketplace Portlet and Calendar Portlet. Set the property "calendar.sync.solvents.on.startup" to "false" in the portlet.properties. Log in as test@liferay.com. Add Calendar Portlet. Add Event. Enter the following: Title : Working. Start Date : Default. End Date : 8 hour from now. Save. Close the New Event pop-up. Failed on: Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.2.x GIT ID: 34104f2b81755228d9ac59eb02db3ac290d9f5af. Plugins 6.2.x GIT ID: 589b525adfc82a3b987afe1f699b3a0c702728a3. After creating an event, the user can see the event he created (See the attachment-1.png). After refreshing the page, the user cannot see the event he created (See the attachment-2.png).
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      Sharon Choi added a comment -

      PASSED Manual Testing using the following steps:

      1. Deploy Calendar plugin
      2. Add test page
      3. Add portlet to page
      4. Drag and drop to create an event
      5. Save event
      6. Refresh page
      7. Assert event displays
      8. Click Add Event button to create an event
      9. Save the event
      10. Refresh the page
      11. Assert event displays

      Passed on:
      Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.2.x GIT ID: a609c3f6b424977b01502e67bd91454673a873c4.
      Plugins 6.2.x GIT ID: e837b3810e291718dd515394b9fc415032fe1c11.

      Refreshing the page should now allow the calendar to display the events on the main frame successfully.

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      Sharon Choi added a comment - PASSED Manual Testing using the following steps: Deploy Calendar plugin Add test page Add portlet to page Drag and drop to create an event Save event Refresh page Assert event displays Click Add Event button to create an event Save the event Refresh the page Assert event displays Passed on: Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.2.x GIT ID: a609c3f6b424977b01502e67bd91454673a873c4. Plugins 6.2.x GIT ID: e837b3810e291718dd515394b9fc415032fe1c11. Refreshing the page should now allow the calendar to display the events on the main frame successfully.

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