Test Case For New Folder Renaming: The keys to organizing files and folders effectively within a hierarchy are to store related items together and to name folders informatively. Creating a new folder can help you organize and keep track of files and other folders.
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To create a folder, you select the location where you want the new folder, create the folder, and then lastly, name the folder. You should name each folder meaningfully so that just by reading the folder’s name you know its contents. After you name a folder or file, you can rename it at any time.
Test Case For New Folder Renaming
- One word name (movies, documents, files, etc.) should with fine.
- Creation of a folder with all kinds of characters like underscores, a hyphen should work.
- Verify for all special characters from keyboards like @, &, ^ should not work.
- Validate handling of folder creation after 256 characters on windows should not be allowed.
- After creating the folder verify that it should not be open on a single mouse click.
- Ensure that folder should always be open on double click
- Check duplicate folders with the same name should not be permitted.
- Space-separated names should be allowed (marriage photos of Annie).
- Verify that OS should not allow the user to create a folder name with any of the following characters \/:”*?<>|
- Verify that the folder can be created with a minimum of 1 character and a maximum of 260 characters. [Character can be any alphanumeric and allowed special character]
- Verify that validation message pop-up on giving the existing folder name to the newly created folder.
- Unicode characters should be allowed in names (to support multiple languages).
- Prohibited characters should throw proper errors (using of? * etc.).
- Naming a folder using the same name as one already present in the current folder should throw a proper error.
- If there’s a command-line way of creating and naming folders then the above tests should be repeated for command line too. Also, interoperability Create through the command line and verify through UI and vice versa should there.
- Very long names (max supported length for folder name or PATH depending on platform).
- Creating folder chains (e.g. mkdir test\first\second\third\forth) should work fine.
- Reserved words shouldn’t allow folder creation(on Windows there are few port names/reserved keywords that can’t be used as folder names)
- Verify that the renaming of the folder name is allowed.
Folder naming convention may vary from OS to OS. Taking Windows as standard I can think of the following test cases:
- As soon as one clicks the New Folder option after the right click, the recently created folder should have the default name which is ‘New Folder’. This test can be done on the Desktop or inside a Drive or inside an Existing Folder.
- A folder can have the same name as the parent folder.
- Try to copy a folder in a location where already a folder with the same name exists, Name of the recently copied should be appended with (1) or (2)….. (n) Depending upon the number of folders already existing with the same name. For example ‘New Folder(1)’
- A user-created folder cannot have the following system reserved names: CON, PRN, AUX, CLOCK$, NUL, COM1, COM2, COM3, COM4, COM5, COM6, COM7, COM8, COM9, LPT1, LPT2, LPT3, LPT4, LPT5, LPT6, LPT7, LPT8, LPT9 and more
- The folder name cannot have the following special characters: Tilde, Number sign, Percent, Ampersand, Asterisk, Braces, Backslash, Colon, Angle brackets, Question mark, Slash, Pipe, Quotation mark
- A folder can be renamed to a valid folder name
- A folder can’t be renamed to an invalid folder name.
- Try to name a folder (including path) to more than 260 valid characters.
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