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How to click at a control and if it is not there not to stop the script?

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How to click at a control and if it is not there not to stop the script?

Post by qsa on Fri Nov 01, 2013 11:53 pm

Hi I am a very brand new newbie:D 
Cannot figure out:
I have a few dynamically created controls like: //a[contains(text(),'custom_cm_plugins')]
I need to click at them one by one and if one of them is not present just give a warning, not to stop the script and continue further.
I have for now:
clickAndWait - //a[contains(text(),'custom_cm_plugins')]

and it stops it the control is not there.
What should I do?

Thanks

qsa

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Re: How to click at a control and if it is not there not to stop the script?

Post by kashyap_guru on Sat Nov 09, 2013 11:38 am

You need to use IF condition. Search on net for IF-WHILE conditions with selenium, and you will get a js file. Follow the instructions and IF condition will be there in your selenium.

Then you just need to verify that element. Like If particular element is present then click on it.

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