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[QF-Test] Reading table rows ifrom a Sharepoint page


  • Subject: [QF-Test] Reading table rows ifrom a Sharepoint page
  • From: Rick Brasche <Rick.Brasche@?.org>
  • Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2014 11:01:12 -0700

Hello all:

 

We are trying to capture text  entries in a Sharepoint page and read them to a database. It has 12 columns, and each page has up to 100 rows.

 

We can properly index the number of rows, but when we record, we appear to get only sequential entries. The problem is, in the next row, selecting the same column the identifier does not increment steadily, but can go from as high as 12 (which is what we expected) to as low as 2. The next row is a different increment, and so on.

 

Between pages, however, the strange increments are consistent.  This screenshot shows how the components are appearing. The first tbl.td set is 8 entries in the same row. The second is 4 of the second row, then 4 of the third row, and 4 of the SIXTH row.

 

It appears to identify these based on the order I record them, not their actual appearance on the page. I want to use a loop counter to increment each row to read off unti the whole page is read.

 

QFtest sees this as an aspnetform.table if this helps.

 

 

Thanks in advance for any assist the community can provide.

 

 

 

Rick Brasche,

Information Systems Business Process and Data Entry Automation

Home of Application Testing

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