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    DOJO looking grid

    QTP 11 or UFT 11.52
    IE 8

    My application under test has something that looks like a table. I spoke with the Developer. It is a DOJO object.

    I can get the value of an entire row of the table. The problem is that it gives the entire line and there is not special character to parse on. I cannot break up the line into cells.

    HP Support is having me go toward using the Extensibility Accelerator.

    I showed the list of versions of DOJO that QTP/UFT will handle. I am writing this from home on the weekend. I don't remember the exact versions numbers, but the developer said the version number in the application is close enough to what HP supports.

    HP Support is having me go in the direction of using the AE. I have not used it before.

    I tried installing the AE toolkit. I only have 24 Gig of space on my VM. I ran out of space when installing the AE tool kit.

    What I want to know is:
    Has anyone gone down this path with the AE? Can it work? Is HP giving me false hope?
    Has anyone worked with DOJO tables?
    How much disk space to I need to install the AE?

    Thanks,

    Kevin

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    Last gig I worked with DOJO tables.

    I always used DP and the parent\child method to identify the cells.

    terrymrv

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    terrymrv,
    Can you give me an example of what the code looked like?
    Pseudo code would be ok.
    Did you do something such as
    Set mTable = B().T().WebTable(name:=MyTable)

    I cannot guess at what to do next.

    Thanks,

    Kevin

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    Although I haven't done web with QTP, but with similar tools, I find it best to map the PageObject, then do all web element finds as descriptive programing usually using xpath or CSS selectors.

    A cool trick you can do is perform an execute javascript, and call the document.querySelector() method of the PageObject. This will usually return a webelement, and most tools are usually smart enough to wrap that in an automation proxy object. This will allow you to use the same CSS selectors as your Web designers are using.
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    David,
    I like the cool idea.
    QTP experts...Have any of you tried this with QTP/UFT? Could you work with me?
    Thanks,

    Kevin

 

 

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