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Re: [QF-Test] Name Resolvers – How are components found?
Hi, You are right, if a component has a name and no name matches, QF-Test won't recognize the component. If a component has no name, QF-Test performs a probability calculation to determine the best matching one. It's hard to tell what could be wrong in this case without knowing details. If your company owns a valid maintenance contract, please contact the QF-Test support directly via support@?.de. There you can also attach run-logs and test-suites for further investigations. Best Regards, Martin Am 11.11.2015 um 15:06 schrieb Robertson, Moira:
When a component no longer exists, sometimes the wrong component is found by qftest, rather than no component at all In Detail… When I select a node on the qftest component tree, a component in my Application (SUT) is highlighted. Great. However, I have found a situation where the wrong component is highlighted. In our Application we have a GridPane, with 3 child BorderPanes. Since these are built dynamically, we don’t set ids programmatically, but use a qftest name resolver. For each component having the ancestor of GridPane, an index is added to the id of the component, and our component tree looks like this: -GridPane odocument-container odocument-container odocument-container We do the ids in this way, also because our BorderPanes can swap positions in the GridPane, and the name resolver works perfectly in this case, the index added always the actual position in the GridPane What does not work is when the first GridPane is swapped with a StackPane The original panel of name “document-container” simply no longer exists, and when this is selected in the component tree, infact, qftest highlights component “document-container” I would have thought that if a name resolver was used that if the actual name did not match exactly, then the component would not be found? I tried setting the options for “Name bonus” 100%, and also “Name above everything” true, and still the wrong component is highlighted Thanks for any tips Moira Robertson _______________________________________________ qftest-list mailing list qftest-list@?.de https://www.qfs.de/mailman/listinfo/qftest-list
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