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Re: [QF-Test] searching in drop-down menu

  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] searching in drop-down menu
  • From: Martin Moser <martin.moser@?.de>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2007 17:41:35 +0200

Hi Nagaraj,

you can use setSelectedItem() for a JCombobox  to set the current selection.

So your script should look something like this:
	comboBox = rc.getComponent("intFrameGroup=0,Group=8_(_Live_SDHLR_).combo")

In our case we can work with the JCombobox directly and don't need to use
JList methods.
But why do you need such a script? You can also record the selection and
use the two clicks as a procedure.

You can find all JCombobox and JList methods in the Java-API documentation:
(Please note the supported methods depend on the Java-version, your SUT
make use of.)


--On Mittwoch, September 12, 2007 20:34:27 +0530 "Parandi, Nagraj S
(Nagraj)** CTR **" <nagarajs@?.com> wrote:

Hi Martin,
	I have a question in the same context as below.
I need to have a SUT script that will select a particular
value in the drop down menu. How can I achieve it.
To be precise
There is a combo box with ID intFrameGroup=0,Group=8_(_Live_SDHLR_).combo
and one of the drop down menu item's ID is
popupInvokerClass:_JComboBox2.list.HCFPool  and the text value is
HCFPool.Is there a function like setText() that I can use? And one more
que is how do I know that what are the methods provided by JList since
you mentioned about getSelectedValue(). Please clarify.
And let me know if you need further details on my queries.

Thanks and regards,

-----Original Message-----
From: qftest-list-bounces@?.de [mailto:qftest-list-bounces@?.de]On
Behalf Of Martin Moser
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2007 7:59 PM
To: qftest-list@?.de
Cc: Ghazale Malek
Subject: Re: [QF-Test] searching in drop-down menu

Hi Ghazale,

some notes:

.) Does your combo-box really contain a text "test_produkt____" or does
it  contain "test produkt    "?
) rc.check() takes more arguments than one.

If it contains the version without "_", you have to change your script to
.getText()=="test  produkt", "check of text")

The next issue is, that a JList doesn't have a method called getText(),
perhaps getSelectedValue() helps you there.
If you want to check the current value of the combo-box, you have to take
the ID of combo-box. There getText() is supported.

If the issue is still open, you should send me your test-suite, that I
can  have a deeper look into it.


--On Mittwoch, Juli 11, 2007 14:53:52 +0200 Ghazale Malek
<ghazale.malek@?.de> wrote:


I have a program which set an item to active or deactivated situation;
this item would be showed later in the drop-down menue.

To check this I have tried to write a script which searches in the
drop-down menu to see if the item is there (if it is activated) or not.

get Text()=="test_produkt_____")

The list is a JList.

But I can't find why it doesn't work!!! It doesn't recognise the fetText.

Thank you for your help


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