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Verify command when used with Java,JUNIT and Eclipse

Post by Bluesheep on Mon Apr 18, 2011 5:25 pm

Hi All



I am writing testing scripts in Java language using Eclipse IDE. When I use assertTrue command no syntax error is displayed. With assertTrue command I have also used the command (import static org.junit.Assert.*). However, when I use the command verifyText or verifyTitle. A syntax error message is displayed and the details say that this method is undefined for this class.



The reason I want to use ‘verify’ command is that it allows to run all the test scipts where as when an assert statement is failed it stops the execution.



Do I need to import any library?



Looking forward to the reply.



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Re: Verify command when used with Java,JUNIT and Eclipse

Post by freesky on Thu Jun 23, 2011 8:43 am

verifyText is the command of Selenium IDE,but in Selenium RC,it's
verifyEquals(pattern, selenium.getText(locator)).
You can use Selenium IDE first,then format the script to RC,then you'll see the difference.

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