What happens if two elements have the same ID?
How can eValid distinguish the two elements?
Thanks for posting Gabrila,
You raise a very good point.
ID tags are supposed to be unique, but, guess what, they often are not.
And this non-uniqueness can befuddle the software test unless you do the right thing.
Clearly, this case calls for use of the structural testing features of eValid, described in summary here: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... ocess.html
When you have TWO ID tags that have identical names, you will need to identify the first one, using a command sequence like this:
This always finds the first one on the page.
To find the second one you write:
First, the current sourceIndex is moved up one and then the search proceeds and when it finds the second instance of the non-unique-name'd ID tag eValid's sourceIndex will be pointing at the second one.
From there you can take any action you want.
Here are the resources available to you at this point: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... urces.html
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