[Webtest] [webtest][JIRA] Closed: (WT-167) JSF id support
Marc Guillemot (JIRA)
Thu, 29 Jun 2006 08:40:30 +0200 (CEST)
[ http://webtest-community.canoo.com/jira/browse/WT-167?page=all ]
Marc Guillemot closed WT-167:
Resolution: Won't Fix
Closing as suggested by reporter.
> JSF id support
> Key: WT-167
> URL: http://webtest-community.canoo.com/jira/browse/WT-167
> Project: WebTest
> Type: New Feature
> Versions: 2.0
> Reporter: Jon Nermut
> I am experimenting with using webtest to test JSF applications. Its working well, but the problem I have with actually using it is that in JSF if you include something like <h:inputText id="blah" /> in a page, it ends up in the html with a id/name of name="x:y:z:blah" where x:y:z are the parent components, and the ids may be generated automatically based on position, and if so look something like name="_id3:_id9:_id10:blah" .
> Having <verify* name=?x:y:z:blah? /> in tests won?t cut it, because it makes the tests extremely fragile, as the x:y:z part of the id changes as soon as you move something around in the source code of the page.
> The ideal would be something like <verify* nameEndsWith=":blah" /> , or being able to do a reg exp on the name:
> <verify* nameRegexp=".*blah" />
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