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8005527: [TEST_BUG] console.sh failed Automatically with exit code 1. Reviewed-by: xuelei
author weijun
date Mon, 22 Apr 2013 11:39:53 +0800
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# @test
# @bug 6418647 8005527
# @summary Doc bug 5035358 shows sun.security.util.Password.readPassword() is buggy.
# @author Weijun Wang
# @ignore unable to test manual tools that have input from stdin,
#               and output to stderr and stdout
# @run shell/manual console.sh

if [ "$ALT_PASS" = "" ]; then
  export PASS=äöäöäöäö
else
  export PASS=$ALT_PASS
fi

echo "ATTENTION"
echo "==============================================================="
echo
echo "This test is about console password input compatibility between"
echo "Tiger and Mustang. Before running the test, make sure that --"
echo "\$J5 points to a JDK 5.0 installation"
echo "\$JM points to a JDK 6 installation".
echo
echo "The password string used in this test is $PASS. If you find difficulty"
echo "entering it in in your system, feel free to change it to something else"
echo "by providing \$ALT_PASS (should be not less than 6 characters)"
echo
echo "For all prompt of \"Enter keystore password\", type $PASS and press ENTER"
echo "For all prompt of \"Enter key password for <mykey> (RETURN if same as keystore password)\", press ENTER"
echo "If you see both the prompts appear, say --"
echo "   Enter key password for <mykey>"
echo "         (RETURN if same as keystore password):  Enter keystore password:"
echo "only response to the last prompt by typing $PASS and press ENTER"
echo
echo "Only if all the command run correctly without showing any error "
echo "or warning, this test passes."
echo
echo "Press ENTER to start the test, or Ctrl-C to stop it"
read
echo
echo "Test #1: 5->6, non-prompt"
rm kkk
$J5/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -genkey -dname CN=olala -storepass $PASS
$JM/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -list -storepass $PASS
echo "Test #2: 6->5, non-prompt"
rm kkk
$JM/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -genkey -dname CN=olala -storepass $PASS
$J5/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -list -storepass $PASS
echo "Test #3: 5->6, prompt"
rm kkk
$J5/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -genkey -dname CN=olala
$JM/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -list
echo $PASS| $J5/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -list
echo $PASS| $JM/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -list
echo "Test #4: 6->5, prompt"
rm kkk
$JM/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -genkey -dname CN=olala
$J5/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -list
echo $PASS| $JM/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -list
echo $PASS| $J5/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -list
echo "Test #5: 5->6, pipe"
rm kkk
echo $PASS| $J5/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -genkey -dname CN=olala
$JM/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -list
echo $PASS| $J5/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -list
echo $PASS| $JM/bin/keytool -keystore kkk -list
rm kkk

exit 0