When I am using the same gui checkpoint at two different places in a same script file, after executing the gui checkpoint, the Expected results are reversed. But this does not affect the test, the checkpoints are working as I intended. For e.g. if I am checking for a button called "Send". Actually this button will be disabled and I have created the checkpoint as so. But if I use it at more than 1 point, (at the second point the button is disabled) the expected result is shown as enabled in the test results. But it was disabled when I created the check point. But the test is wqorking correctly as if the Expected value is Disabled. Only in the results it is showing a problem. There it is showing the Actual value and Expected value as different, but the test is passed. If I am using the check point only once in the script, there seems to be no problem. Can anyone guide me through this
"I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work."
- Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931)
I have started using WR7.0 for testing a web application. In my
application I have list box for which items are populated from the
How do I change the expected values in my Checklist, Because the data
populated in the list box changes on the set of a radio button.
Can I assign the expected results to a variables? Thereby I can store
info form the DB to that variable and then test that checkpoint.
If a code snippet is available it would be of great help, so that I
could understand it more clearly.