After the simple case in the previous section we will take a look at a more complex scenario now. Let's analyze how the text fields displaying the selected price information are treated, e.g. the final price text field. Like in the previous section we need to record some mouse clicks or text checks on those text fields. Then we need to navigate to the recorded components and analyze them. The figure below shows the current situation and our goal.
|Figure 49.12: Simplification due to advanced class mapping
We got some
SPAN nodes recorded. Here we have no
class attribute, but an
id attribute in the HTML. So, we can
conclude that the
id is very
specific to the particular field.
When you select its parent component, which
TD node, you will find a
class attribute with the value
which corresponds to the actual component class. When you select
that component, QF-Test also highlights the entire text field on the web page.
So we can assume that a component with the value
class attribute represents a text field semantically.
|Figure 49.13: Recording of
SPAN text fields
So, now let's extend the configuration of our 'Install CustomWebResolver' node.
We need to map the
textfield value as generic class
Therefore, we extend the category
When you delete the previously recorded component, rerun the 'Install CustomWebResolver' node, reload the web page and re-record the component, you will get the following recording:
|Figure 49.14: Recording text fields in "CarConfigurator Web"
The text fields will be recorded as expected, and we even get rid of one level in the
component hierarchy. In addition, the text fields have QF-Test specific attributes
like the extra feature
The next section show a translation for components which contain data and how to access that data afterward. Such components represent data tables, trees or lists and are handled as complex components by QF-Test.
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