[Webtest] Someone really uses form locators?
Tue, 06 Jul 2004 15:57:56 +0000
I use the index locator a fair amount. I tried to use form locator once and couldn't get it to work anyway, can't remember why.
-------------- Original message from Marc Guillemot : --------------
> does someone use form locators (the nested
in a )?
> I'm performing some cleanup/refactoring, and I would like to remove the
> "buffering feature" of form parameters. This
> implies that form locators can't be nested in anymore. It seems
> that the self tests don't contain any
> tests that really need these form locators as the test keep running on my
> computer after my changes.
> So, the question again: does someone use form locators? If so, I'd like to
> become some short tests (an html page with
> the associated test) to add it to the selftests. Else... I think that I can
> remove it totally.
> Why these changes?
> Currently a , for instance, doesn't really set the value of the
> specified input field, but stores it in a
> temporary map. The value is really setted on the form first when a
> is executed. This has drawbacks. First,
> if the field doesn't exist, then the error first comes with the .
> get executed between the and the don't "see" the
> setted value.
> I want to change this to a "normal" behavior. That is when is
> called, then the value of the specified
> field get setted.
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