|Ignoring regex on a parameter [message #1704136]
|Fri, 07 August 2015 14:44
| Thomas Mortimer
Registered: July 2015
I have a test case that accepts a parameter of =PHONENUMBER and I use it for two things. First I use it to input text into a textfield, afterwards that text gets sent to the server and it replies with a message, which is put into a tableview.
I then have a check of that tableview looking in the column phone number for the value of =PHONENUMBER. These should be the same value.
The test works fine if I enter a number, like 564654654. But if I enter an international number, like +3524666445252, it fails on the check, with the error message:
Error Description "+3524666445252" is not a regular expression
I've attempted to escape the + by surrounding the parameter =PHONENUMBER with angled brackets, single quotes and I've also done the same on the defined value of +3524666445252, but none of these seem to work.
Is there another method I should be using to escape the + character?
Details on stuff I'm using:
Jubula version: 8.1.6.023
I've attached the test xml file
Let me know if you'd like more information
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