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The ComboBox.Select method selects the incorrect item

The ComboBox.Select method selects the incorrect item

By default Silk Test will commonly try to select an item from a ComboBox using low-level events, i.e. using the mouse pointer to open the ComboBox item, scroll to the item in question and select it. In some instances this low-level approach can sometimes result in the incorrect item being selected that can ultimately result in a test failure. Therefore, Silk Test provides an alternative high-level replay mode that can in most instances provide more stability when selecting items from a ComboBox.

To change to high-level replay mode at runtime, please see the following examples:

 

Silk Test Classic:

[ ] Agent.SetOption(OPT_REPLAY_MODE, 1)
[ ] FindComboBox("//ComboBox").Select("Item 1")
[ ] Agent.SetOption(OPT_REPLAY_MODE, 0)

 

Silk4J:

desktop.setOption(CommonOptions.OPT_REPLAY_MODE, ReplayMode.HighLevel);
desktop.<ComboBox>find("//ComboBox").select("item 1");
desktop.setOption(CommonOptions.OPT_REPLAY_MODE, ReplayMode.Default);

 

Silk4NET:
Agent.SetOption(Options.PlaybackMode, ReplayMode.HighLevel);
_desktop.ComboBox("//ComboBox").Select("Item 1");
Agent.SetOption(Options.PlaybackMode, ReplayMode.Default);

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