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Alert Events Step Defination web application operations

enter text “<testdata_name>” in prompt text field

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enter text “<testdata_name>” in prompt text field

enter text “<testdata_name>” in prompt text field

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enter text “<testdata_name>” in prompt text field

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Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will enter text in prompt text field

Declaration
				
					When enter text "<text>" in prompt text field
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
A
text
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Remarks
  1. The “String Value” that is used through test data file should be in angular brackets
  2. We can use any variable name
Restriction

Nill

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Alert Events Step Defination web application operations

accept alert after clicking on button “element_name”

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accept alert after clicking on button “element_name”

accept alert after clicking on button “element_name”

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accept alert after clicking on button “element_name”

Keyword

Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will click on the button and accept the alert

Declaration
				
					Then accept alert after clicking on button "showAlertBtn"
				
			
				
					<elements>
  <element>
    <name>showAlertBtn</name>
    <type>XPATH</type>
    <value>//button[contains(text(),'Show Alert')]</value>
  </element>
</elements>
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
Browser Support
Remarks
  1. The “String Value” that is used through test data file should be in angular brackets
  2. We can use any variable name
Restriction
  1. Element file should be in xml format.
Categories
Alert Events Step Defination web application operations

click on button “element_name” and enter text “<testdata_name>” in prompt text field

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click on button “element_name” and enter text “<testdata_name>” in prompt text field

click on button “element_name” and enter text “<testdata_name>” in prompt text field

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click on button “element_name” and enter text “<testdata_name>” in prompt text field

Keyword

Given, When, And, Then

Description

will click on prompt button and enter text into prompt text field

Declaration
				
					When click on button "InputField" and enter text "<Text1>" in prompt text field
				
			
				
					"<elements>
<element>
  <name>InputField</name>
  <type>ID</type>
  <value>Input</value>
</element>
</elements>"
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
A
Text1
SoliteraTA
Browser Support
Remarks
  1. The “String Value” that is used through test data file should be in angular brackets
  2. We can use any variable name
Restriction
  1. Element and application file should be in xml format.
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Alert Events Step Defination web application operations

accept alert box

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accept alert box

accept alert box

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accept alert box

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Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will click on accept button of alert

Declaration
				
					When accept alert box
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
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Remarks

   NILL 

Restriction

   NILL

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Alert Events Step Defination web application operations

cancel alert box

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cancel alert box

cancel alert box

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cancel alert box

Keyword

Given, When, And, Then

Description

Will click on decline button of alert

Declaration
				
					When cancel alert box
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
				
					NILL
				
			
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Remarks

   NILL

Restriction

   NILL

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