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how to count number of items present in dropdown

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how to count number of items present in dropdown

Post by Pallavi Choudhary on Tue May 08, 2012 6:32 pm

Hi...

I want to count the number of items present in drop down list.
i try to use xpath for count but the code is not worn=king. can any one suggest me another method in C#.

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Re: how to count number of items present in dropdown

Post by sharath on Wed Sep 05, 2012 4:39 pm

Hi Pallavi,

You can use storeXpathCount in IDE.
Example .
command - storeXpathCount
Target - (//select[@id='elementID']/option)
Value - variable

Here in target you can use the id of the drop down box element

You can use that variable using echo command
command - echo
Target - ${variable}

This will show the number of elements in the drop down box.


Hope this helps,
Thanks
Sharath

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