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Re: [QF-Test] Table cell selection and population


  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] Table cell selection and population
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2017 20:35:08 +0200
  • Delivered-to: qftest-list@?.net

Hi Kevin,

first about the deadlock: SUT scripts are executed on the Even
Dispatch Thread, otherwise you'd run into trouble when interacting
with the components. When you call a procedure from an SUT script and
the procedure doesn't return, you're effectively blocking the SUT,
causing the DeadlockTimeoutException. That's one of the reasons you
should try to avoid calling rc.callProcedure from SUT scripts when
possible. In your example, everything up to rc.getComponent could - and
should - be done in a server script.

The parameters for rc.callProcedure are the name of the procedure and
either keyword arguments, or _a single_ dictionary. For your case both

rc.callProcedure("qfs.swing.table.selectCell", {"id": "dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:", "column": 2, "row": 11})

or

rc.callProcedure("qfs.swing.table.selectCell", id="dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:", column=2, row=11)

should work.

In case you need more help in addressing the table cells after
correcting the above, please send your test-suite and a run-log
showing the results directly to our support.

Best regards,
    Greg

"Liu, Kevin (DPTI)" <Kevin.Liu@?.au> writes:

> Hello everyone,
>
> I want to select a table cell at row 11, column 2 and populate that cell with a value ‘1’
>
> Now I’ve created a Jython SUT script as shown below:
>
> [cid]                                                                                                                          
>
> And I am calling the procedure ‘selectCell’ from qft.qft, but when I ran the following Jython SUT script (P.S. I’ve
> tried the different rc.callProcedure as you seen in the commented lines, they all failed with different errors):
>
> from java.math import BigDecimal
>
> #rc.callProcedure("table.selectCell", {"id": "dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:"}, {"column": "2"}, {"row": "11"},
> {"columnSeparator": "&"}, {"rowSeparator": "&"})
>
> #rc.callProcedure("table.selectCell", {"id": "dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:"}, {"column": "2"}, {"row": "11"})
>
> #rc.callProcedure("table.selectCell", {"id": "dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:", "column": "2", "row": "11"})
>
> #rc.callProcedure("table.selectCell", "dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:&2&11")
>
> #rc.callProcedure("table.selectCell", {"id": "dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:"}, {"dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:
> &2&11"})
>
> #rc.callProcedure("table.selectCell", {"dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:"}, {"dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:&2&
> 11"})
>
> rc.callProcedure("qfs.swing.table.selectCell", {"id": "dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:"}, {"column": 2}, {"row":
> 11})
>
> bd1 = BigDecimal($(amount))
>
> bd2 = BigDecimal("0.05")
>
> numericDen05 = bd1.divide(bd2, 2, BigDecimal.ROUND_HALF_UP)
>
> table = rc.getComponent("dialogCash_Dissection.tableTOTAL:")
>
> rows = table.getRowCount()
>
> print rows 
>
> I got a script error and followed by a deadlock issue
>
> [cid]                                                                                                
>
> [cid]                                                                                                             
>
> Any ideas on how to select a table cell based on the column and row number without deadlock issues?
>
> And with the table cell population, is there any existing qft api reference I can just call? Or do I create a text
> input node after the Jython SUT script?
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Kevin
>
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