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

Marc Guillemot webtest@lists.canoo.com
Tue, 13 Jul 2004 08:46:01 +0200


Ups, sorry, I meant with a setcheckbox task that would really do its job setting a checkbox, you don't need to set the 
value. I hope to commit it this week.

Marc.

Lisa Crispin wrote:
> Hi Marc,
> I tried putting only the checkbox name, not the value:
> 	<setcheckbox stepid="select the check"
> 		name="check#{checkNbr}"/>
> 
> and I got this error:
> 
> Test step clickbutton named "submit the check" failed with message "Could not remove parameter from request: check36530"
> 
> I don't know what this means, but I hope you will not remove the 'value' parameter!
> 
> thanks,
> Lisa
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> -------------- Original message from Marc Guillemot : -------------- 
> 
>>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.