|Re: while loop construct [message #704168 is a reply to message #704014]
||Thu, 28 July 2011 10:54
| Marc Missing name
Registered: July 2011
Location: Gent, Belgium
Hello Alex, and Dee,|
Your right Alex when you say a loop can be 'simulated' by using a data set.
However, it feel it would be a great step forward if you could use an 'if' check for a test step.
+ I now use a data set to check if menu item are present or not, however the number of menu items change according to the view you choose in the application. So you need to make different data sets for each view you want to test. Using XLS files, this is not that much work: just copy and paste. However it is discouraged to use XLS files and use central data sets, but then you cannot simply copy and paste... (sorry if I am wrong, but did not find a way so far). So it would be much easier (and the data would be more centralized then) to just add another column in the data set to use as a check if a test for menu entry must be done.
Anyone other ideas?
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