Re: WicketTester and Palette component

2010-08-03 Thread loic

It seems good but i would really like to be able to test Palette without a
new framework 

Is it really impossible to test Palette with wicket-tester?

Regards
Loic
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Re: WicketTester and Palette component

2010-08-02 Thread loic

Hi Kent, thanks a lot i will take a look a this

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Re: WicketTester and Palette component

2010-07-31 Thread Kent Tong

Hi Loic,

If you use wicket page test (http://wicketpagetest.sourceforge.net), you
can test it like:

  DefaultSelenium selenium = WebPageTestContext.getSelenium();
  WicketSelenium ws = new WicketSelenium(selenium);
  ws.openBookmarkablePage(PalettePage.class);
  String[] allProducts = selenium.getSelectOptions(wicket=//choices);
  assert allProducts.length == 3;
  assert allProducts[0].equals(ball pen);
  assert allProducts[1].equals(eraser);
  assert allProducts[2].equals(paper clip);
  selenium.select(wicket=//choices, eraser);
  selenium.click(wicket=//addButton);
  ...

There is a full example at 
http://wicketpagetest.sourceforge.net/examples.html


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WicketTester and Palette component

2010-07-29 Thread loic

Hello,
i'm trying to test a form with a Palette component, with WicketTester.

I don't know how to make a selection into the palette.
I did all the stuff i need to fill the Palette with some values, so it
should not be empty.

If i do 

formTester.selectMultiple(myPalette, new int[] {0});

I get a palette cannot be cast to FormComponent error.

Palette contains a recorder component, which is a FormComponent (it
extends TextField)

if i try 

formTester.select(myPalette:recorder, 0 );

or 
formTester.selectMultiple(myPalette:recorder, new int[] {0});

I get a Trying to select on null component error ...

Thanks for your help!

Loic


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