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getting objects via recurssion

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Re: getting objects via recurssion

Once you've mapped something once, it never needs to be mapped again... there is your "dictionary" of objects, already built in to TestComplete.

I guess I'm confused... what problem are you actually trying to solve?


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Re: getting objects via recurssion

 

It is not a builtin from testcomplete but it is in python.

 

Actually, in the application at navigation bar each item has a different grid. I don't want to declare all grids for  Navigation bar and to write a common test scenario so that will works for all grids of navigation bar

 

thanks and Regards

SivaKartheek Sreeram

 

 

 

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Re: getting objects via recurssion

Right... which is as I said... map the navigation bar and then use FindAllChildren to return a collection of desired grid objects.  That will preclude the need for any recursive code.


Robert Martin
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