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kk1257 Contributor.
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Ajax truclient

How to handle object identification in ajax truclient. In web page we are having drop down lists, check boxes and date ranges ................

 

Please let me know if any easy to handle the above issues.

 

Thanks in advance............................

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Edo Nir Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Ajax truclient

For the most part, object identification in TruClient is automatic.

During recorded, the objects with which you interact are identified and stored for replay.

If the automatic identification does not match your needs for your application, you can enhance it:

  • Improve the automatic identification by re-selecting the object that might have changed.
  • Select a related anchor-object, to help identify the object in question.
  • Specify yourself how you'd like to object to be found. You can use Descriptors, XPath or JavaScript code.

See this help page about the 'Object' section in TruClient steps: https://admhelp.microfocus.com/tc/en/12.55/Content/TruClient/ui/_tc_ui_steps_structure.htm#hp-minitoc-item-3

kk1257 Contributor.
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Re: Ajax truclient

Thanks Edo........

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Speedmaster Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Ajax truclient

I use Descriptors once in a while, and XPath a lot. Tinker with that a bit.

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