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Problems with AGR and Eclipse workbench state [message #92712] Wed, 21 February 2007 09:28 Go to next message
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Hi,

I have just started using AGR for setting up UI tests. Now, I am running
into the following problem over and over again.

I record a testcase in which I select something in a tree. Initially that
tree is collapsed, so the recording covers my by click expanding of tree
items.
However, if I decide to delete that testcase (because I have done sth
wrong) and want to record it again I find myself faced with an already
expanded tree in most cases. Recording that, I dont need to expand certain
tree elements (actually I cannot, coz I would have to collapse them before
expanding ;-) ). This is fine when running the test in quick launch.
However when running in standard mode this tree state does not exist and
the tree is not expanded, so the test will fail. I believe this is a
workbench state behavior and launching a fresh workspace (or workbench)
like in standard run gives you a "clean" context. Whats best practise to
handle this issue. Has anybody experienced the same thing? I find that
quite anoying. Any help is very much appreciated.

Thx in advance
Philipp
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<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">Hi,</font>
<br>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">I have just started using AGR for setting
up UI tests. Now, I am running into the following problem over and over
again.</font>
<br>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">I record a testcase in which I select
something in a tree. Initially that tree is collapsed, so the recording
covers my by click expanding of tree items. </font>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">However, if I decide to delete that
testcase (because I have done sth wrong) and want to record it again I
find myself faced with an already expanded tree in most cases. Recording
that, I dont need to expand certain tree elements (actually I cannot, coz
I would have to collapse them before expanding ;-) ). This is fine when
running the test in quick launch. However when running in standard mode
this tree state does not exist and the tree is not expanded, so the test
will fail. I believe this is a workbench state behavior and launching a
fresh workspace (or workbench) like in standard run gives you a &quot;clean&quot;
context. Whats best practise to handle this issue. Has anybody experienced
the same thing? I find that quite anoying. Any help is very much appreciated.
</font>
<br>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">Thx in advance<br>
Philipp</font>
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Re: Problems with AGR and Eclipse workbench state [message #92728 is a reply to message #92712] Wed, 21 February 2007 15:06 Go to previous message
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This problem was addressed by Liz Dancy in 4.4i1. See =
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=3D164197
Thanks,

Ali Mehregani
<philipp_tiedt@de.ibm.com> wrote in message =
news:erh3bm$ej5$1@utils.eclipse.org...

Hi,=20

I have just started using AGR for setting up UI tests. Now, I am =
running into the following problem over and over again.=20

I record a testcase in which I select something in a tree. Initially =
that tree is collapsed, so the recording covers my by click expanding of =
tree items.=20
However, if I decide to delete that testcase (because I have done sth =
wrong) and want to record it again I find myself faced with an already =
expanded tree in most cases. Recording that, I dont need to expand =
certain tree elements (actually I cannot, coz I would have to collapse =
them before expanding ;-) ). This is fine when running the test in quick =
launch. However when running in standard mode this tree state does not =
exist and the tree is not expanded, so the test will fail. I believe =
this is a workbench state behavior and launching a fresh workspace (or =
workbench) like in standard run gives you a "clean" context. Whats best =
practise to handle this issue. Has anybody experienced the same thing? I =
find that quite anoying. Any help is very much appreciated.=20

Thx in advance
Philipp
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running the=20
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