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Excel Step excelVerifyCellSum

Description

This step verifies that a cell represents the sum of a range of cells, either as a formula (=SUM(<range>)) or numeric value.

Parameters

range
Required? yes
The range of cells to verify sum against. (eg 'A1:A5')
cell
Required? yes/no
The spreadsheet cell to select. eg. A5. Either cell or row and col must be specified.
col
Required? no
The name or number (starting at 1) of the column to select. eg 1 or A. Either cell or row and col must be specified.
description
Required? no
The description of this test step.
row
Required? yes/no
The number of the row to select, starting at 1. Either cell or row and col must be specified.
sheetIndex
Required? no
The index of the sheet to select, starting at zero. If no sheet is selected, the value of the last excelSelectSheet call is used, or defaults to the first sheet.
sheetName
Required? no
The name of the sheet to select. If no sheet is selected, the value of the last excelSelectSheet call is used, or defaults to the first sheet.

Details

excelVerifyCellSum Example
<webtest name="exceltest - verify cell sum">
  <config .../>
  <steps>
    <invoke url="testExcel.xls"/>
    ...
    <excelVerifyCellSum cell="C8range="C4:C7"/>
    ...

  </steps>
</webtest>

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