I have troubles getting the selector from the name property.
Example name property: FindElement("[data-test=\'scene-list-panel-header\'] > [data-test=\'list-panel-header-action\']")
What i try to do is to use the selector for the .FindElement() but before that adding its child to the xpath.
This would looke something like (only for example):
var nameProperty = GetNameProperty(ListItemObject) // -> which will result having the value like e.g.: FindElement("//*[@data-test=\'scene-list-item\' and @data-test-scene-anker=\'TestAnker\' and descendant::*[@data-test=\'scene-list-item-subject\' and normalize-space(text())=\'TestSubject\']]") //then remove all unnecessary signs/characters var cleanXpath = aqString.Remove(NameProperty, "\\", ""); cleanXpath = aqString.Remove(cleanXpath, "FindElement(\"", ""); cleanXpath = aqString.Remove(cleanXpath, "\")", ""); // as last step i want to use the .FindElement() method to get the correct button var mainPage = NameMapping.System.Browser.MainPage; //main page object to use the .FindElement method on var childXpath = "//*[@data-test='scene-list-item-edit-button'] var correctButton = mainPage.FindElement(cleanXpath+childXpath);
I know i could use the FindChildByXpath method instead, but it seems to be unreliable (sometimes my test finds the child and sometimes it cant find the child)
My problem here is that i cant seem to run the aqString.Remove method on the name property. When i try to remove the back slashes aqString.Remove throws a type conflict error
Is there maybe a better way to get the clean xpath/selector from the name property?
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Re: How to extract selector from name property of web object
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