tagName NativeObject code examples (Java SDK)

Basic usage of NativeObject on a Web application

This example shows basic use of NativeObject on a Web application.

@Test
public void nativeObjectBasicTest() throws GeneralLeanFtException 
{ 
    //Launch Internet Explorer and navigate to the Advantage Online Shopping web site.
    Browser browser = BrowserFactory.launch(BrowserType.INTERNET_EXPLORER);
    browser.navigate("https://www.advantageonlineshopping.com/");

    //open login dialog
    Link userMenuLink = browser.describe(Link.class, new LinkDescription.Builder()
                        .innerText("My account My orders Sign out ")
                        .tagName("A").build());
                        userMenuLink.click();

    //Describe the user name edit field on the page.
    EditField userName = browser.describe(EditField.class, new EditFieldDescription.Builder()
                        .name("username")
                        .tagName("INPUT")
                        .type("text").build());

    //Set the text using the text object
    userName.setValue("SomeName");

    //Get the native object of the user name edit field.
    NativeObject nativeObject = userName.getNativeObject();

    //Access the native object's tagName property and verify that a non-null value is returned. 
    Verify.isNotNullOrEmpty(nativeObject.getProperty("tagName", String.class), "Verify TagName Property", "Verify the TagName property is not null.");
    
    //Access the text value using the  native object's value property.
    String value = nativeObject.getProperty("value", String.class);

    Verify.areEqual("SomeName", value, "Verify NativeObject Value", "Verify that the NativeObject's value is correct.");

    //Change the text using the native object's value property.
    nativeObject.setProperty("value", "AnotherName");

    //Verify that the value was modified using the test object.
    Verify.areEqual("AnotherName", userName.getValue(), "Verify NativeObject Updated Value", "Verify that the NativeObject's updated value is correct.");

    //An example of how to access a 2nd level property:
    //The style property of the user name edit field native object is in itself a NativeObject.
    //Therefore, the value of the returnType parameter for getProperty needs to be set to NativeObject.class.
    NativeObject styleNativeObject = nativeObject.getProperty("style", NativeObject.class);

    System.out.print(styleNativeObject);

    //The styleNativeObject is of type NativeObject so we can get its properties the same way as we did for the nativeObject.
    Integer length = styleNativeObject.getProperty("length", Integer.class);

    //verify that length is 0.
    Verify.isTrue(length==0);				
}

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Use native object indexer to get/modify values from JavaScript array

This test demonstrates how to get or modify values from a JavaScript array using the native object indexer.

@Test
public void nativeObject_JavaScriptArray_Chrome() throws GeneralLeanFtException
{
    //Launch Chrome browser and navigate to https://www.advantageonlineshopping.com/
    Browser browser = BrowserFactory.launch(BrowserType.CHROME);  
    browser.navigate("https://www.advantageonlineshopping.com/");

    //describe the Body web element.
    WebElement webElement = browser.describe(WebElement.class, new WebElementDescription.Builder().tagName("Body").build());

    //dynamically add a JavaScript array to the body element
    browser.getPage().runJavaScript("(function(){ document.body.array = [1,2,3,4];})();");

    //get the array from the Body native object - the array itself is also returned as a native object. 
    NativeObject arr = webElement.getNativeObject().getProperty("array", NativeObject.class);

     //assert the returned array is not null.
    Assert.assertNotNull(arr);

    //get value using invokeGetIndexer
    Verify.areEqual(1, arr.getItem(Integer.class, 0).intValue(), "Verify Some Value", "Verify one of the values using the array index.");

    //set value using invokeSetIndexer
    arr.setItem(1, 100);  
    Verify.areEqual(100, arr.getItem(Integer.class, 1).intValue(), "Set A Value", "Verify setting a value in the array using the array index.");
}

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