Make sure eValid makes a click event on a loaded webpage

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Make sure eValid makes a click event on a loaded webpage

Postby JamesD » Mon Jan 15, 2018 9:14 am

Morning.

What can eValid do to make sure a click event that it's issued results in a completely loaded page?

Thanks
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Re: Make sure eValid makes a click event on a loaded webpage

Postby eValid » Tue Jan 16, 2018 8:51 am

JamesD wrote:Morning.

What can eValid do to make sure a click event that it's issued results in a completely loaded page?

Thanks


Great question JamesD, thanks for asking!

This is a synchronization issue.

The click event issued, for example, by a command such as the IndexElementEvent command, described below, usually results in some kind of navigation event:

http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... event.html

Actually, you can FORCE the navigation using the NAV tag that is appropriate.

Now, the see of the navigation is complete you can rely on the built-in synchronization, or you can be proactive with one of the synchronization commands:

http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... mmary.html

The combination is sure-fire (no pun) in the sense that the sync will, if set up correctly, assure that the navigated-to page is all there as required by the rest of your test sequence.


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