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Verification of Browser DOM [message #1795183] Tue, 18 September 2018 04:58
Kyley Jex is currently offline Kyley JexFriend
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I have an Eclipse RCP app that makes extensive use of multiple Browser controls to display a web application within different Views. Each of the Views interact with each other via messages passed from Java/Javascript callbacks.
With the use of the "invoke evaluate" functions I am able to interact with the web DOM (i.e. enter text, select buttons, etc.) within my test case. After each action I have to wait a defined amount of time for the Web UI to refresh before executing the next test command. Is there a way for the test case to know when the Web UI has refreshed? Additionally, I haven't been able to find a way to return the DOM objects in order to validate that the Web app performed correctly.

Would custom ECL commands allow for "hooking" into the messaging in the SWT Browser Function?

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers,
Kyley

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