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    • Type: Technical Testing
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Completed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
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      Description

      Case 1:
      Can map custom fields to an editable text in a content page

      1. Go to Control Panel > Configuration > Custom Fields > Web Content Article
      2. Add a custom field
      3. Create a new web content article
        1. Open the metadata tab and insert data into custom field
      4. Add a new content page with an editable fragment
      5. Assert you can map the fragment to the custom field

      Case 2:
      Can map custom fields to an editable text in a content page template

      1. Go to Control Panel > Configuration > Custom Fields > Web Content Article
      2. Add a custom field
      3. Create a new web content article
        1. Open the metadata tab and insert data into custom field
      4. Add a new content page template with an editable fragment
      5. Assert you can map the fragment to the custom field

      Case 3:
      Can map custom fields to an editable text in a display page template

      1. Go to Control Panel > Configuration > Custom Fields > Web Content Article
      2. Add a custom field
      3. Create a new web content article(basic web content)
        1. Open the metadata tab and insert data into custom field
      4. Add a new display page template with an editable fragment
      5. Assert you can map the fragment to the custom field

      Case 4:
      Can see the value of a custom field that is mapped to an editable text in a content page

      1. Go to Control Panel > Configuration > Custom Fields > Web Content Article
      2. Add a custom field
      3. Create a new web content article
        1. Open the metadata tab and insert data into custom field
      4. Add a new content page with an editable fragment
      5. Map the fragment to the custom field and publish the page
      6. View the page and assert mapped value is correct

      Case 5:
      Can see the value of a custom field that is mapped to an editable tect in a display page template

      1. Go to Control Panel > Configuration > Custom Fields > Web Content Article
      2. Add a custom field
      3. Create a new web content article(basic web content)
        1. Open the metadata tab and insert data into custom field
      4. Add a new display page template with an editable fragment
      5. Map the fragment to the custom field and publish the display page template
      6. Edit the basic web content, set display page and save
      7. Click on the kebab ellipsis of the web content and click "View Content"
      8. Assert mapped value is correct

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              brooke.dalton Brooke Dalton
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              brooke.dalton Brooke Dalton
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