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My Silktest 5.5 Does not recognise borderless tables
I am using SilkTest 5.0.3 with default Browser as IE5.5 with DOM extension. I actually captured an application which had borderless tables and wrote automated testcases for links within the cells of the borderless tables. The scripts were being run regularly and it was going on fine, but suddenly one day the scripts started falling and saying that they were not able to recognise the borderless tables.
what i tried to do then is i tried to capture the same application with different levels of borderless tables properties(i.e. 0.50 to 0.99 and even 1.00), but even then Silktest is not able to recognise the borderless tables. Any suggestions would be highly appreciated. thanks in advance.
Re: My Silktest 5.5 Does not recognise borderless tables
From the SilkTest 5.5 release notes:
More information about borderless tables
Borderless table recognition is not compatible with SilkTest 5.0.3+ and SilkTest 5.5. Since many of the differences are due to input types, the ShowBorderlessTablesFlag option can help you to force your declarations in 5.5 to be similar to what you have seen in previous versions. You can use this option in domex.ini to describe Html input elements which you do not want SilkTest to consider as input elements in 4Test. To describe the Html input element, you must specify the tag you would use in Html.
For example, ShowBorderlessTableFlags=img tells SilkTest that if it encounters a borderless table which has at least 1 image input element, described by the <img> Html tag, then the table is considered to have NO input elements at all, even if other input elements such as push buttons are contained in the table. This flag is implemented using OR functionality. For example:
means any Html tables with EITHER <img> tag(s) OR <input …> tag(s) are considered to have NO input elements. To further specify the type of input element you want to describe, you can use the values that are permitted for the 'type' attribute of the 'input' tag in Html. For instance,
means that you want the presence of the Html construct <input type=submit>, which creates a submit button, to cause SilkTest to consider a table having this tag to have NO input elements.
For more information about borderless tables, please see the Input elements and borderless tables topic in the online Help.