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Core Type table

Description

This optional nested element can be used to locate a specific cell in a specific table on the page.

This nested element is currently available for the following steps:

verifyText
to verify the text in the cell, optionally using a regular expression .
storeDigest
To store a digest corresponding to the selected table cell.
storeLength
To store the length of the content of the selected table cell.
verifyContent
To compare a selected table cell with a previously saved content of that table cell.

Parameters

column
Required? yes
The cell's column index in the table, starting at 0.
row
Required? yes
The cell's row index in the table, starting at 0.
description
Required? no
Description for this locator.
htmlId
Required? no
The table's id attribute, if present. It is used instead of the name attribute here, because HTML 4.0 does not support that attribute on tables.
id
Required? no
Deprecated. Same as htmlid.

Details

Table Locator Example
<webtest name="Locating cells in tables">
  &sharedConfiguration;
  <steps>
    ...
    <verifyText description="verify text of located cell"
      text="1:1" >
      <table row="1column="1htmlid="test"/>
    </verifyText>
    ...
  </steps>
</webtest>

See also: the verifyText step.

Usage

applyFilters, storeDigest, storeLength, verifyContent, verifyText.

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