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XML confuses SilkTest 5.0.3.x
I'm getting XML Data via a JSP and needing to pass it to an HTMLTextField. I get the XML data just fine, but when I use SetText() to place that data in the textfield, SilkTest wants to interpret the < and > as a key rather than just a piece of the string I want to set in the textfield. The exact error message is "***Error: 'Customer' is not a valid key name" where <Customer> is the first item in the array I am needing to set in the textfield.
Any thoughts on how to get Silk to just leave the data alone and set it like I asked? I've considered writing a method to strip off the < and >, but that has the potential of corrupting the data and really taints the test. The data needs to be passed on untouched, since the ability to send and receive this data is crucial to the success of the test.
Re: XML confuses SilkTest 5.0.3.x
and it typed fine.