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How can I Fuzzy Verify my Textfield?

How can I Fuzzy Verify my Textfield?

Fuzzy Verification is when you Verify an actual with an expected value BUT you don"t need the actual and expected values to be exactly the same.

For example, you can have an actual value such as "This is a string" and it can be matched with an expected value of "This is a".

With normal verification your actual and expected values have to be exactly the same or the verification will fail. Therefore using the previous example, your actual value of "This is a string" would have to verified against a value of "This is a string" in order to pass.

Here is an example. For this example I am switching on Fuzzy Verification for a specific HTMLTextField using the following statement. This statement must be added to the specific HTMLTextField declaration in your include file.

FUZZYVERIFY FuzzyVerifyProperties = TRUE

When calling the Fuzzy Verify from a testcase, you use a normal Verify but make sure you pass in "TRUE" as an argument, as this switches on the Fuzzy Verify:

[+]Window.Object.VerifyProperties ({...}, TRUE)
     [ ]""
     [+]{...}
          [ ]{"Text",                 "This is a test"}


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