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confusion in treeviewitem name defininition

pashooo
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confusion in treeviewitem name defininition

Helllo, everybody)





I faced a strange problem, m.b. bug... Im confused.


I have a list of 2 items:


IN00 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 1) - names from object spy...


IN00000 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 2)





My code:


for(i=1;i<11;i++)


{


    F_add_new_acc(i); //- function add new items named "i"... 


                                    //list is sorted by name


                                    // list after first iteration  1,IN00,IN00000


                                    // list 2 first iteration  1,2,IN00,IN00000

                                    // list 3 first iteration  1,2,3,IN00,IN00000


                                    // list 4 first iteration  1,2,3,4,IN00,IN00000


                                    // list 5 first iteration  1,2,3,4,5,IN00,IN00000.... etc


     if(i<9)


    {


          aqObject.CheckProperty(treeview_acc.WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", (i+1)).DataContext, "Name", 0, "IN00");


          aqObject.CheckProperty(treeview_acc.WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", (i+2)).DataContext, "Name", 0, "IN00000");


          aqObject.CheckProperty(treeview_acc.WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", i).DataContext, "Name", 0, i);

     }


 } 




... so after the first iteration test says:





Object: 




Property: Name




Expected value: "IN00"




Actual value: IN00000



... about the line:


aqObject.CheckProperty(treeview_acc.WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", (i+1)).DataContext, "Name", 0, "IN00");


the list at that moment is: 1,IN00,IN00000


IN00 is WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 2), says object spy, i=1... =>


aqObject.CheckProperty(treeview_acc.WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "",2).DataContext, "Name", 0, "IN00"); must by true, but false....





Have anybody have the same trouble?





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HKosova
Moderator

RE: confusion in treeviewitem name defininition

Hi Pasha,



There seems to be some inconsistency in your post (or a misunderstanding on my part).



You first wrote:

I have a list of 2 items:

IN00 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 1) - names from object spy...

IN00000 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 2)
And then you wrote:
IN00 is WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 2), says object spy


So, which item does WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 2) actually correspond to - IN00000 or IN00?

If it corresponds to IN00000, like you wrote in the beginning, then the checkpoint's result is correct.



If I misunderstood you, please correct me and explain the problem a bit further so we can better understand what's happening.

Helen Kosova
SmartBear Documentation Team Lead
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pashooo
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RE: confusion in treeviewitem name defininition

At first time list is:




IN00 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 1)


IN00000 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 2)

_____________________________________


after adding an item (F_add_new_acc(i); //- function add new items named "i", i==1) named "1" list becomes:




1 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 1)


IN00 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 2)


IN00000 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 3)

_____________________________________


after adding next item  (F_add_new_acc(i); //- function add new items named "i", i==2) named "2":




1 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 1)


2 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 2)


IN00 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 3)


IN00000 - WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", 4)


_____________________________________


etc




checkpoint crashs when i==1....

HKosova
Moderator

RE: confusion in treeviewitem name defininition

Hi Pasha,



Try inserting the Refresh method call before doing the checkpoints:



if(i<9)

{

treeview_acc.Refresh();

aqObject.CheckProperty(treeview_acc.WPFObject("TreeViewItem", "", (i+1)).DataContext, "Name", 0, "IN00");

...


Does this help?



As far as I understand, if new tree items are added dynamically at the runtime, the "cached" object reference stored in the treeview_acc variable may not detect newly added child objects automatically. So, the forced Refresh should do the trick.

Helen Kosova
SmartBear Documentation Team Lead
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pashooo
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RE: confusion in treeviewitem name defininition

Yes, its help))) thank you, Helen!
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