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    standard checkpoints using functions

    Hi there,

    I have written a function such that it shows the standard checkpoint in the result.I am using the same function for all the checkpoints in the script.For one checkpoint the script fails since the same button(object) exists more than twice in that page.I tried keeping index value which gives an error.Can anyone suggest me how to insert a checkpoint in the script if the same object appears more than once?

    thanks in advance

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    Re: standard checkpoints using functions

    You are half way to a good solution, you are using a function but using a standard checkpoint inside that function. Try writing a custom checkpoint for the function.
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    Re: standard checkpoints using functions

    Can you suggest me how to write the custom checkpoint if the object is displayed twice in the page.
    I have a price it button for some of the products.
    I am clicking on the very first price it button of the first product.But the thing is sometimes the products changes and this product may go to 2nd or 3rd place in the table.Even then i want to click on the same price it button of the corresponding product irrespective of the place.

    Any other thoughts??

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    Re: standard checkpoints using functions

    Your answer lies in Descriptive Programing (DP).

    I have the same issue here with common objects on forms. There is a wealth of info in this forum on DP.
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    Re: standard checkpoints using functions

    Hi How to use this demo since i want to use for web application check point? I m having 9.2 version.

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    Re: standard checkpoints using functions

    I can say, see the difference in properties of both buttons.
    Then write 2 DP statements for identifing 2 buttons properly, atleast you can identify these with x,y values.




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