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Soft Assert and returning whether it passes or not

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Soft Assert and returning whether it passes or not

Post by wilnicm on Mon Aug 18, 2014 8:26 pm

Hi i've been trying to find a way to implement soft assert that returns something so i can tell whether it passed or fail

Currently i'm using the

import org.testng.asserts.SoftAssert;
import org.testng.Assert;

I don't really want to use the hard assert since i don't want my test to stop when fail, I only want to use the hard
assert in certain situations where i feel like its feasible.  I'd like to use the soft assert for atleast 70% of my situation. I want to have a return

Almost all of the return value in this import org.testng.asserts.SoftAssert; class returns void.
Is there is something i'm not thinking about or using.  I'd like something that have some type of return value that i can use
to distinguish whether the test passed or failed.

When using those soft assert the only thing i see when i hover over the soft assert code i'm doing is.

LinkedHashMap - Type
Name m_errors - Name
"size=0" - Value

I dont know if i can even use that.
I"m currently using the ieWebdriver to do my automation testing.

Any help would be greatly apprecieated. Thanks


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Re: Soft Assert and returning whether it passes or not

Post by nabhanya.varma on Tue Dec 16, 2014 12:19 am

Asserts are to Say if the test is PASS or FAIL. To make them more meaning full you can have Loggers or Update TestListeners based on your needs.

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