Re: [Wtr-general] Watir Development Gem 1.5.1.1192 Released

2007-05-25 Thread Norm
Awesome, I will try this tomorrow to see if it resolves my problem with 
ie-new-process and rubyw.exe I outlined in the following post:

http://forums.openqa.org/thread.jspa?threadID=8174tstart=0
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Re: [Wtr-general] Watir wiki

2007-05-25 Thread Željko Filipin

On 5/18/07, Bret Pettichord [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


You can report this to Patrick if you like. This used to work.



Patrick has fixed http://wiki.openqa.org/display/WTR/Watir+Committers

Zeljko
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[Wtr-general] Basic accessibility testing with Watir and RAAKT...

2007-05-25 Thread Peter Krantz
Hi!

I have been tinkering with an open source accessibility testing tool
that easily hooks into Watir. The idea is to check for basic
accessibility issues while you are running your Watir functional tests
(because you have access to the complete html output from your
application).

The idea is to capture as many accessibility errors as possible before
your app is tested by the QA people. This will hopefully save both
time and money see [0] for more on why.

The tool is called Raakt (Ruby Accessibility Analysis Kit) and the
project wiki can be found here:
http://www.peterkrantz.com/raakt/wiki/

Instructions on how to use it in Watir are here:
http://www.peterkrantz.com/raakt/wiki/frameworks/watir

I would be grateful for feedback on how well this integrates with
Watir and if you had any specific issues with it.

Kind regards,

Peter Krantz
http://www.standards-schmandards.com

[0]: http://www.standards-schmandards.com/2007/rapid-accessibility-feedback/
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Re: [Wtr-general] CAN BE CLICK LINK ASSOCIATED WITH AN IMAGE

2007-05-25 Thread Željko Filipin

On 5/24/07, Bret Pettichord [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


My mistake. Try this instead.
ie.link(:after?, ie.image(:id, 'foo')).click



It works now. This is so cool.

Zeljko
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Re: [Wtr-general] stripping...

2007-05-25 Thread Željko Filipin

ie.url returns url. What do want to do with it?

irb ie.url
= http://www.google.com/;

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Re: [Wtr-general] stripping...

2007-05-25 Thread Sol Jubrail

./en/HotelDetails/7e958187-982a-4e01.aspx
that's part of the URL and i want to strip the id number out of it (7e958187-982a-4e01) then use it so i can input it into another URL
So what i need is to know how to pull that url, using regex or whatever and then construct another url and redirt to that one afterwards using ie.goto("").
Sol.




From:"Željko Filipin" [EMAIL PROTECTED]Reply-To:wtr-general@rubyforge.orgTo:wtr-general@rubyforge.orgSubject:Re: [Wtr-general] stripping...Date:Fri, 25 May 2007 14:43:35 +0200
ie.url returns url. What do want to do with it?irb ie.url= "http://www.google.com/"Zeljko


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Re: [Wtr-general] stripping...

2007-05-25 Thread Ravi
Try this: 
new_url=base_url + '/' + ie.url.split('/').last.gsub('.aspx','')
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Re: [Wtr-general] stripping...

2007-05-25 Thread Sol Jubrail

Thanks Ravi, that's really got the ball rolling although it's stripping it's a little off. can you tell me what last.gsub does? i think it's the .aspx off the end... but what are the two inputs for on that method?
thanks mate.
Sol.




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Re: [Wtr-general] want to enter URL manualy

2007-05-25 Thread Bret Pettichord
Shalini,

Could you please try to include more information in your posts to this 
list. It can try the patience of the few people we have who are 
answering questions here when incomplete information is posted.

In your case, you need to take another look at the stack trace you 
posted and then you tell us what it means to you. If you don't 
understand it at all, then that is the first problem.

Bret

SHALINI GUPTA wrote:
 hi,

 it just start ruby.exe and with in a  second  it  ends.
 and gives this error
 1) Error:
 test_ADGDashboard_Homepage(TC_CAST_ADGDashboard_Homepage):
 Watir::Exception::UnknownObjectException: Unable to locate object, 
 using name and Login
 c:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/watir-1.5.1.1166/./watir.rb:2413:in 
 `assert_exists'
 c:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/watir-1.5.1.1166/./watir.rb:2642:in 
 `enabled?'
 c:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/watir- 
 1.5.1.1166/./watir.rb:2417:in `assert_enabled'
 c:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/watir-1.5.1.1166/./watir.rb:4016:in 
 `set'
 homepage.rb:90:in `adg_Homepage_launch'
 homepage.rb:51:in `start_ADGDashboard'
 homepage.rb:60:in `test_ADGDashboard_Homepage'
  Regards
 shalini Gupta

 On 5/24/07, *Charley Baker*  [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi Shalini,

   There shouldn't be a need to use $ie.wait

 $ie = IE.new   # creates a new browser window

 Now you can enter your url manually if you want. How is this not
 working?

 -Charley

 On 5/24/07, *SHALINI GUPTA*  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi all,

 I want to enter URL in address bar of my project manually.so i
 have tried this
 $ie=IE.new()
 $ie.wait()

 But previously it was working but now its not working.
 i have changed my watir version from 1.5.1127 to 1.5.1166

 is it the problem??

 Please help
 Thanks In advance!!

 Regards
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Re: [Wtr-general] Question about IE.new_process and Vista

2007-05-25 Thread Bach Le
I thought the two problems are related because in neither instance was watir 
able to find the window after it was created (I didn't look into the 
specifics). I did look into it some more after this post and I found out that 
it was Vista's security settings that caused watir to break. Turning off these 
security settings fixed it. I don't remember the details right now but as soon 
as I get my vista box up and running again, I will update the JIRA ticket and 
this thread with the details. I'm back on my old machine now which is running 
XP. I'll switch back a little later in the day so I'll update in a few hours.
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Re: [Wtr-general] Basic accessibility testing with Watir and RAAKT...

2007-05-25 Thread Chris McMahon
 The tool is called Raakt (Ruby Accessibility Analysis Kit) and the
 project wiki can be found here:
 http://www.peterkrantz.com/raakt/wiki/

This is very cool and I'm going to try it out.
But your site looks awful in Firefox on OS X.  :)
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Re: [Wtr-general] Basic accessibility testing with Watir and RAAKT...

2007-05-25 Thread Charley Baker

It does look really cool. Unfortunately hpricot (a required dependency)
dumps out with a Segmentation fault with Ruby 1.8.2. Looks like it only
works with Ruby 1.8.5 and above. Bummer.

On 5/25/07, Chris McMahon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 The tool is called Raakt (Ruby Accessibility Analysis Kit) and the
 project wiki can be found here:
 http://www.peterkrantz.com/raakt/wiki/

This is very cool and I'm going to try it out.
But your site looks awful in Firefox on OS X.  :)
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Re: [Wtr-general] Basic accessibility testing with Watir and RAAKT...

2007-05-25 Thread Paul Rogers
this looks really useful - it would work really well with an error checker:

AccessChecker = Proc.new{|ie|

raakttest = Raakt::Test.new(ie.html)
 result = raakttest.all

if result.length  0
  puts Accessibility problems detected on #{ie.title}, #{ie.url}:
  puts result
else
  puts No measurable accessibility problems were detected.
   end
}

ie = Watir::IE.start('...')
ie.add_checker( AccessChecker)

this now means that every time a page is loaded, the accessability checks 
get run

Paul


- Original Message - 
From: Peter Krantz [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: wtr-general@rubyforge.org
Sent: Friday, May 25, 2007 4:12 AM
Subject: [Wtr-general] Basic accessibility testing with Watir and RAAKT...


 Hi!

 I have been tinkering with an open source accessibility testing tool
 that easily hooks into Watir. The idea is to check for basic
 accessibility issues while you are running your Watir functional tests
 (because you have access to the complete html output from your
 application).

 The idea is to capture as many accessibility errors as possible before
 your app is tested by the QA people. This will hopefully save both
 time and money see [0] for more on why.

 The tool is called Raakt (Ruby Accessibility Analysis Kit) and the
 project wiki can be found here:
 http://www.peterkrantz.com/raakt/wiki/

 Instructions on how to use it in Watir are here:
 http://www.peterkrantz.com/raakt/wiki/frameworks/watir

 I would be grateful for feedback on how well this integrates with
 Watir and if you had any specific issues with it.

 Kind regards,

 Peter Krantz
 http://www.standards-schmandards.com

 [0]: 
 http://www.standards-schmandards.com/2007/rapid-accessibility-feedback/
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Re: [Wtr-general] stripping...

2007-05-25 Thread Sol Jubrail

You're a star mate, that's been awesome help. :)
Sol




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Re: [Wtr-general] Question about IE.new_process and Vista

2007-05-25 Thread Bret Pettichord
Bach Le wrote:
 I thought the two problems are related because in neither instance was watir 
 able to find the window after it was created (I didn't look into the 
 specifics). I did look into it some more after this post and I found out that 
 it was Vista's security settings that caused watir to break. Turning off 
 these security settings fixed it. I don't remember the details right now but 
 as soon as I get my vista box up and running again, I will update the JIRA 
 ticket and this thread with the details. I'm back on my old machine now which 
 is running XP. I'll switch back a little later in the day so I'll update in a 
 few hours.
It would be great if you could get us that information. We've had a lot 
of vista-related complaints lately and this will surely help.

Bret
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Re: [Wtr-general] RDOC - Help determining what needs documentation

2007-05-25 Thread Bret Pettichord
Jeff Fry wrote:
 Hey y'all, I'm resending these in the hopes of getting info from folks 
 who know what watir actually does better than I do. If you are up for 
 updating the wiki chart, great...but if you just want to email me some 
 corrections, that'd be totally fine too. I'll happily update the chart.
If you want further review, i think someone will need to read through 
the unit tests and compare what is in them with what is in your chart. 
Thanks for putting this together. I think people will find it very useful.

Bret
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Re: [Wtr-general] Basic accessibility testing with Watir and RAAKT...

2007-05-25 Thread Chris McMahon
Hmm, error on both Windows and Mac from the demo script:

raakt.rb:14: uninitialized constant Raakt (NameError)
from /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in
`gem_original_require'
from /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in
`require'
from raakt.rb:3


On 5/25/07, Peter Krantz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi!

 I have been tinkering with an open source accessibility testing tool
 that easily hooks into Watir. The idea is to check for basic
 accessibility issues while you are running your Watir functional tests
 (because you have access to the complete html output from your
 application).

 The idea is to capture as many accessibility errors as possible before
 your app is tested by the QA people. This will hopefully save both
 time and money see [0] for more on why.

 The tool is called Raakt (Ruby Accessibility Analysis Kit) and the
 project wiki can be found here:
 http://www.peterkrantz.com/raakt/wiki/

 Instructions on how to use it in Watir are here:
 http://www.peterkrantz.com/raakt/wiki/frameworks/watir

 I would be grateful for feedback on how well this integrates with
 Watir and if you had any specific issues with it.

 Kind regards,

 Peter Krantz
 http://www.standards-schmandards.com

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Re: [Wtr-general] Basic accessibility testing with Watir and RAAKT...

2007-05-25 Thread Chris McMahon
Error from the standalone script also Windows and Mac:

mechanize.rb:334:in `to_absolute_uri': no history. please specify an
absolute URL (RuntimeError)
from 
/usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/mechanize-0.6.8/lib/mechanize.rb:170:in
`get'
from ./raakt.rb:12
from /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in
`gem_original_require'
from /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in
`require'
from raakt2.rb:4

The error below is from the command-line script.

On 5/25/07, Chris McMahon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hmm, error on both Windows and Mac from the demo script:

 raakt.rb:14: uninitialized constant Raakt (NameError)
 from 
 /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in
 `gem_original_require'
 from 
 /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in
 `require'
 from raakt.rb:3
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[Wtr-general] My mistake! Re: Basic accessibility testing with Watir and RAAKT...

2007-05-25 Thread Chris McMahon
It must be Friday.
Some free advice:  don't name your test file raakt.rb.:)


On 5/25/07, Chris McMahon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Error from the standalone script also Windows and Mac:

 mechanize.rb:334:in `to_absolute_uri': no history. please specify an
 absolute URL (RuntimeError)
 from 
 /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/mechanize-0.6.8/lib/mechanize.rb:170:in
 `get'
 from ./raakt.rb:12
 from 
 /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in
 `gem_original_require'
 from 
 /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in
 `require'
 from raakt2.rb:4

 The error below is from the command-line script.

 On 5/25/07, Chris McMahon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Hmm, error on both Windows and Mac from the demo script:
 
  raakt.rb:14: uninitialized constant Raakt (NameError)
  from 
  /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in
  `gem_original_require'
  from 
  /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in
  `require'
  from raakt.rb:3

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Re: [Wtr-general] RDOC - Help determining what needs documentation

2007-05-25 Thread Charley Baker

I updated the :action and :method info. I'll take a look at the chart which
is rather interesting, useful and may point out some discrepancies.

-c

On 5/25/07, Bret Pettichord [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Jeff Fry wrote:
 Hey y'all, I'm resending these in the hopes of getting info from folks
 who know what watir actually does better than I do. If you are up for
 updating the wiki chart, great...but if you just want to email me some
 corrections, that'd be totally fine too. I'll happily update the chart.
If you want further review, i think someone will need to read through
the unit tests and compare what is in them with what is in your chart.
Thanks for putting this together. I think people will find it very useful.

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Re: [Wtr-general] Basic accessibility testing with Watir and RAAKT...

2007-05-25 Thread Peter Krantz
On 5/25/07, Paul Rogers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 this now means that every time a page is loaded, the accessability checks
 get run

Nice code sample. Didn't know you could do that in Watir. May I use it
as an example in the Raakt wiki?

Regards,

Peter
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Re: [Wtr-general] Watir Development Gem 1.5.1.1192 Released

2007-05-25 Thread Norm
Perfect, my issue with rubyw and ie-new-process is resolved by upgrading to 
1.5.1.1192! Thanks Bret!
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Re: [Wtr-general] RDOC - Help determining what needs documentation

2007-05-25 Thread Jeff Fry

Hey Charley - thanks for adding the :action and :method info.

And thanks to both Charley and Bret for the kind words. I do hope the chart
proves useful. In the new version of the Rdoc (not yet checked in) I have
replaced lists of supported attributes for each method with a link to this
wiki page. Hopefully that will make it easier for us to keep this info
current.

BTW, I just added :href as a supported attribute for links. I don't recall
if I ever saw this documented anywhere (it may be something I just tried one
day, and it worked). I don't think it was in the most recent version of the
rdoc, but it's on the wiki now. If anyone out there looks at this chart and
sees a supported attribute that's not listed, please chime in or just add
it.

Jeff

On 5/25/07, Charley Baker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


I updated the :action and :method info. I'll take a look at the chart
which is rather interesting, useful and may point out some discrepancies.

-c

On 5/25/07, Bret Pettichord [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Jeff Fry wrote:
  Hey y'all, I'm resending these in the hopes of getting info from folks
  who know what watir actually does better than I do. If you are up for
  updating the wiki chart, great...but if you just want to email me some

  corrections, that'd be totally fine too. I'll happily update the
 chart.
 If you want further review, i think someone will need to read through
 the unit tests and compare what is in them with what is in your chart.
 Thanks for putting this together. I think people will find it very
 useful.

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Re: [Wtr-general] Seg-faults with 4 ie windows (hello)

2007-05-25 Thread Michael Sofaer
Looks like this issue has gone away with the new development gem,
thanks, Bret!
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Re: [Wtr-general] RDOC - Help determining what needs documentation

2007-05-25 Thread Bret Pettichord

  Hey Charley - thanks for adding the :action and :method info.

 And thanks to both Charley and Bret for the kind words. I do hope the 
 chart proves useful. In the new version of the Rdoc (not yet checked 
 in) I have replaced lists of supported attributes for each method with 
 a link to this wiki page. Hopefully that will make it easier for us to 
 keep this info current.

 BTW, I just added :href as a supported attribute for links. I don't 
 recall if I ever saw this documented anywhere (it may be something I 
 just tried one day, and it worked). I don't think it was in the most 
 recent version of the rdoc, but it's on the wiki now. If anyone out 
 there looks at this chart and sees a supported attribute that's not 
 listed, please chime in or just add it.
Rather than spend too much effort trying to keep the rdoc and the wiki 
in sync, i suggest that you embed a link to the wiki in the rdoc.

Bret
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Re: [Wtr-general] RDOC - Help determining what needs documentation

2007-05-25 Thread Jeff Fry

On 5/25/07, Bret Pettichord [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



Rather than spend too much effort trying to keep the rdoc and the wiki
in sync, i suggest that you embed a link to the wiki in the rdoc.



Yeah, I think I just didn't express myself clearly there. I've added links
to the wiki in the rdoc under each of these methods. I'll be posting my
changes by Tuesday.

What I meant with :href was that I couldn't find it documented anywhere, and
so I added it to the wiki...and it made me wonder what else I don't have on
the chart yet.

Cheers,
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Re: [Wtr-general] Question about IE.new_process and Vista

2007-05-25 Thread Bach Le
So here is how I fixed my problem:

1. Goto the Control Panel
2. Click on User Accounts
3. Click on User Accounts again
4. Select the account you are using
5. Click Turn User Account Control on or off
6. Turn User Account Control off

This allowed Shell.Application.Window to find the correct window when IE is 
created in a test.

Hope that helps everyone else. I'll update the JIRA ticket as well.
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Re: [Wtr-general] Basic accessibility testing with Watir and RAAKT...

2007-05-25 Thread Paul Rogers
absolutely - test it first though as I did it off the top of my head

Paul
- Original Message - 
From: Peter Krantz [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: wtr-general@rubyforge.org
Sent: Friday, May 25, 2007 1:31 PM
Subject: Re: [Wtr-general] Basic accessibility testing with Watir and 
RAAKT...


 On 5/25/07, Paul Rogers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 this now means that every time a page is loaded, the accessability checks
 get run

 Nice code sample. Didn't know you could do that in Watir. May I use it
 as an example in the Raakt wiki?

 Regards,

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Re: [Wtr-general] RDOC - Help determining what needs documentation

2007-05-25 Thread Paul Rogers
for images, 1.4 let you use :src which was the url of the image. I cant test it 
on the latest as all my gems are broken :-(
  - Original Message - 
  From: Charley Baker 
  To: wtr-general@rubyforge.org 
  Sent: Friday, May 25, 2007 1:17 PM
  Subject: Re: [Wtr-general] RDOC - Help determining what needs documentation


  I updated the :action and :method info. I'll take a look at the chart which 
is rather interesting, useful and may point out some discrepancies. 

  -c


  On 5/25/07, Bret Pettichord [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Jeff Fry wrote:
 Hey y'all, I'm resending these in the hopes of getting info from folks
 who know what watir actually does better than I do. If you are up for
 updating the wiki chart, great...but if you just want to email me some 
 corrections, that'd be totally fine too. I'll happily update the chart.
If you want further review, i think someone will need to read through
the unit tests and compare what is in them with what is in your chart. 
Thanks for putting this together. I think people will find it very useful.

Bret
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