Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Silktest - File Download window

Sometimes Silktest is not identifying FileDownload objects properly. To save it, we need to use TypeKeys. I used following code snippet to save a file from Browser.

Sample 4Test code



[+] Boolean SaveFile (String sFile)
[ ] Boolean bResult = FALSE
[+] do
[+] if (FileDownload.Exists(1))
[ ] Print ("FileDownload exists.")
[ ] FileDownload.SetActive ()
[ ] Sleep (1)
[ ] FileDownload.Save.Click (1,10,3)
[ ] Sleep (3)
[ ]
[ ] Window wActive = Desktop.GetActive ()
[ ] Print ("Window: {wActive}")
[ ] // DialogBox("File Download").DialogBox("Save As")
[ ] wActive.TypeKeys (sFile)
[ ] wActive.TypeKeys ("", 1)
[ ] wActive.TypeKeys ("", 1)
[ ] wActive.TypeKeys ("S",1)
[ ]
[ ] bResult = TRUE

[+] else
[ ] Print ("BrowserFileDownload does not exist.")
[+] except
[ ] ExceptLog ()
[ ]
[ ] return bResult
[ ]

2 comments:

Poornima said...

Hi PalaniSelvam,

Really useful codesnippet.
Here i have one query, like you have used Click (1,10,3), which means you are clicking with the coordinates.
Do we need to maintain screen resolution correctly to make the scripts to recognize the coordinates.
Can't we use simple click().

Thanks,
Sri

Palani Selvam said...

You can use just click (). It will work. Sometimes Silktest used to click first point (1,1) for browser based objects.