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Is it possible to use javascript methods to return information about what is on the browser page using 4Test?

Is it possible to use javascript methods to return information about what is on the browser page using 4Test?

Yes, one possible way to do this is to use the ExecLine method that would return additional information on the browser page. Enclosed is an example showing how this is possible.

[-] testcase testEL () appstate none
    [ ] Browser.SetActive ()
    [ ] print ("Number of Images: ", BrowserPage.ExecLine ("document.images.length"))
    [ ] print ("Number of Links: ",BrowserPage.ExecLine ("document.links.length"))
    [ ] print ("Number of Forms: ",BrowserPage.ExecLine ("document.forms.length"))

The above code returns:

[-] Testcase testEL - Passed
    [ ] Number of Images:  56
    [ ] Number of Links:  256
    [ ] Number of Forms:  4

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