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Grabelke
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LR Ajax TruClient: Get (dynamic)value of an object
      #719608 - 11/09/12 08:34 AM

Hello,

I am trying to record an Ajax application with the TruClient protocol.
I have several testusers for the login. After the login the fullname of the testuser is displayed in the application. I would like to "find out" (capture) the fullname for each user and it later in the script. How can I do this in TruClient? Should I use "Evaluate JS on Object"? How should the JS look like?

Thanks for the ideas.

Best regards


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JimHowell1970Moderator
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Re: LR Ajax TruClient: Get (dynamic)value of an object [Re: Grabelke]
      #719609 - 11/09/12 09:30 AM

have you read the manual? and google?

I'm not being funny but it might be a good place to start and you often get a bit more help here if you actually appear to have tried to help your self first...


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ptrussell_ncModerator
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Re: LR Ajax TruClient: Get (dynamic)value of an object [Re: JimHowell1970]
      #719618 - 11/09/12 02:13 PM

And... There's a huge thread devoted to Tru.

Search for swales or knowledge base.

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Re: LR Ajax TruClient: Get (dynamic)value of an object [Re: ptrussell_nc]
      #719619 - 11/09/12 02:36 PM

there is indeed and I suspect it's pretty near the top of any google search...

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