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# Copyright 2015 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import error
from autotest_lib.client.cros.enterprise import enterprise_policy_base
class policy_EditBookmarksEnabled(enterprise_policy_base.EnterprisePolicyTest):
Test effect of EditBookmarksEnabled policy on Chrome OS behavior.
This test verifies the behavior of Chrome OS for all valid values of the
EditBookmarksEnabled user policy: True, False, and not set. 'Not set'
means that the policy value is undefined. This should induce the default
behavior, equivalent to what is seen by an un-managed user.
When set True or not set, bookmarks can be added, removed, or modified.
When set False, bookmarks cannot be added, removed, or modified, though
existing bookmarks (if any) are still available.
version = 1
POLICY_NAME = 'EditBookmarksEnabled'
# Dictionary of named test cases and policy data.
'True_Enable': True,
'False_Disable': False,
'NotSet_Enable': None
def _test_edit_bookmarks_enabled(self, policy_value):
Verify CrOS enforces EditBookmarksEnabled policy.
When EditBookmarksEnabled is true or not set, the UI allows the user
to add bookmarks. When false, the UI does not allow the user to add
Warning: When the 'Bookmark Editing' setting on the CPanel User
Settings page is set to 'Enable bookmark editing', then the
EditBookmarksEnabled policy on the client will be not set. Thus, to
verify the 'Enable bookmark editing' choice from a production or
staging DMS, use case=NotSet_Enable.
@param policy_value: policy value for this case.
boomark_present = self.ui.item_present('/Bookmark/', isRegex=True)
if policy_value is False and boomark_present:
raise error.TestError(
'Boomark option present and it should not be.')
elif policy_value is not False and not boomark_present:
raise error.TestError(
'Bookmark option not present and it should be.')
def run_once(self, case):
Set up and run the test configured for the specified test case.
@param case: Name of the test case to run.
case_value = self.TEST_CASES[case]
self.setup_case(user_policies={self.POLICY_NAME: case_value})