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FindElement Exception Behavior

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FindElement Exception Behavior

Post by iwan933 on Mon Jul 08, 2013 1:53 pm


is there a possibility to change the Exception behavior on FindElement method in next Version?
The behavior like WaTiN got it would be most Userfriendly, if element is not found, store Exception, and set Exists Attribute to false.
If the element object is forced to invoke a method, while it does not Exist, throw the stored Exception.

This would save me many try-catch-blocks, as i often need to check if elements Exists and then use them. Using the HasElement Extension
does not really solve my problem, as i have to re-search the element to use it, which feels weird.



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