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How to identify the location?

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How to identify the location?

Post by gchandrasekaran82 on Thu Feb 17, 2011 7:06 pm

when i used to check any particular text is appearing or not?

When i record it is taking as
Command: Assert Text
Target: //div[2] or //div[3]
Value: The amount of the transaction must be greater than 0

When I manually write Test Case how should i identify this locations (Target).,...

Please suggest me how to do this when i writing manually code?

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Re: How to identify the location?

Post by Priyanka on Fri Mar 04, 2011 12:15 pm

You can use selenium.IsElementPresent command...

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