Re: gui checkpoint properties
Use Compare. The DateFormat property is for edits that take a date. Better yet, just do a single property gui checkpoint (for the value property).
gui checkpoint properties
User lee rector (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
sorry to keep firing off basic WR questions; I am reviewing user guide first
but don't see the answer
to this question.
When creating a gui checklist of several editboxes on a particular window,
there are two properties
containing the editbox text value (1. Compare and 2. edit_date )
edit_date property defaults with the check next to it. Do I want to put
check next to the "Compare"
property for runtime expected to actual comparison as well.
Not sure what the edit_date property is?????
In essence, I am just trying to verify the text data in the editbox field
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