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simonaferrara
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4 years ago

Table variables - retrieve row number using the Iterator

Hi all,

 

I'm working with Table variables: https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/testing-with/variables/data-types/table.html

 

and executing a loop to get the variable values using the Iterator object (see below for the code).

I need to have, within the loop, the row number that the iterator is processing, but I've not found a way to retrieve it. How can I retrieve the actual row number into the loop?

 

This is the code (I've simplified it to let you easily understand):

 

let table = <keywordtest var>;
let iterator = table.Iterator;

iterator.Reset();

while (!iterator.IsEOF())
{
        firstColumnValue = iterator.Value(<firstColumn>);
        secondColumnValue = iterator.Value(<secondColumn>);
       

        //here I would like to retrieve the actual row number that the iterator is processing


        iterator.Next();
}

 

 

 

  • Hi,

     

    to retrieve the actual row number that the iterator is processing

    Iterator object does not provide such property, so you'll need to implement it yourself:

    iterator.Reset();

    let iRowNo = 0;

    while (!iterator.IsEOF())
    {
            firstColumnValue = iterator.Value(<firstColumn>);
            secondColumnValue = iterator.Value(<secondColumn>);
           

            //here I would like to retrieve the actual row number that the iterator is processing

            Log.Message(iRowNo);


            iterator.Next();

            iRowNo++;
    }

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  • AlexKaras's avatar
    AlexKaras
    Champion Level 3

    Hi,

     

    to retrieve the actual row number that the iterator is processing

    Iterator object does not provide such property, so you'll need to implement it yourself:

    iterator.Reset();

    let iRowNo = 0;

    while (!iterator.IsEOF())
    {
            firstColumnValue = iterator.Value(<firstColumn>);
            secondColumnValue = iterator.Value(<secondColumn>);
           

            //here I would like to retrieve the actual row number that the iterator is processing

            Log.Message(iRowNo);


            iterator.Next();

            iRowNo++;
    }