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Anyone found a workaround for the .NET checkbox issue?
User (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
While testing .NET applications, CheckBox objects show up as PushButtons.
There is no "State" field to look at to verify if it is checked or not.
Has anyone determined a way to check the State of a CheckBox in a .NET
I would really like to stay away from getting the CheckBox location and
doing an image comparison.
Re: Anyone found a workaround for the .NET checkbox issue?
User POSEY, BRUCE A [AG-Contractor/1000] (email@example.com) posted:
On our app. the state of the check boxes and radio buttons are maintained in
the attached DB.
So I simply check the appropriate table to verify their state. On each new
build though I visually verify that when they are checked that the DB shows
as a value of True and when unchecked the DB indicates a state of False.
Now if you can't do this or the state is not reflected in the DB then a
visual compare or image vp is about all that's available.
Hope this helps some.
MIDAS Project - Monsanto