[Webtest] Re: Someone really attribute value of setcheckbox?

Marc Guillemot webtest@lists.canoo.com
Mon, 12 Jul 2004 09:06:38 +0200


But you have only one checkbox named "check38341". Right? In this case you just want to check this checkbox and you 
don't need to specify the value.

Marc.

Lisa Crispin wrote:
> Hi Marc,
> Here's what the code looks like:
> input name="check38341" type="checkbox" class="control" value="38341">
> 
> The check number is generated sequentially for each new check, so both the checkbox name and value will be different each time I run the tests that use this type of page.
> thanks,
> Lisa
> 
> -------------- Original message from Marc Guillemot : -------------- 
> 
>>Hi Lisa, 
>>
>>
>>>One thing we use it for is to select a box that is going to be a different 
>>
>>value every time, so I have to use storeregex to get the value: 
>>
>>>>>name="check#{checkNbr}" 
>>>
>>>value="#{checkNbr}" /> 
>>
>>what is the original html code for the checkbox? Has the checkbox already 
>>"#{checkNbr}" as value? 
>>
>>
>>>We also have radio buttons with the same name and different values, I don't 
>>
>>know how else to select: 
>>
>>>>name="forgotW 
>>>
>>>hatSelection" checked="true" value="2"/> 
>>
>>in a radio button group the value distinguished one radio button from one other 
>>therefore is the value needed. I will 
>>add a dedicated setradiobutton task. 
>>
>>Marc. 
>>
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