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How do I select a value in a DevExpress LookupEdit using TestLeft and C#

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How do I select a value in a DevExpress LookupEdit using TestLeft and C#

I need a working example in C# on how to select a value (row) in a DevExpress LookupEdit control.

I did find an example for TestComplete (Example), but couldn't convert it to C#.

 

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Re: How do I select a value in a DevExpress LookupEdit using TestLeft and C#

Hi Maurice,

 

The idea is as follows:

 

1. Write code to click the lookup text box.

 

2. Examine the lookup grid in the UI Spy, using "point and click". It should be an IGridView (or, more specifically, IDevExpressXtraGrid).

 

3. Write a search pattern for the grid.

 

4. (Optional) Use IGridView.FindRow(column, value) to find the row containing a specific value.

 

5. Use IGridView.ClickCell(rowIndex, column) to select the desired row by index.


Helen Kosova
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Re: How do I select a value in a DevExpress LookupEdit using TestLeft and C#

Hi Maurice,

 

The idea is as follows:

 

1. Write code to click the lookup text box.

 

2. Examine the lookup grid in the UI Spy, using "point and click". It should be an IGridView (or, more specifically, IDevExpressXtraGrid).

 

3. Write a search pattern for the grid.

 

4. (Optional) Use IGridView.FindRow(column, value) to find the row containing a specific value.

 

5. Use IGridView.ClickCell(rowIndex, column) to select the desired row by index.


Helen Kosova
SmartBear Technical Writer
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Join the annual community event and share your stories to win gifts
Wintertainment2019

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Re: How do I select a value in a DevExpress LookupEdit using TestLeft and C#

Thanks for the answer.

Upon further inspection, the control was actually an IStripPopupMenuOwner