Scenario: The steps for applying a filter in WPF grid columns is tied up with the index of the column in the current view of the grid. However, the columns in WPF grid can be reordered. And after changing the columns initial order, any steps to interact with the filtering, will act based on index in the current order.
Steps to get the scenario in action:
Expected is that you can identify the specific columns filters by their name, for example.
Actual is that the interacting with the filters is based on the order of columns. Or in other words the filter for the second column will be opened, if that was recorded, no matter if it is a different column.
Feature request: Implement the option to use the column names to identify the filters to select.
Workaround: The lack of this functionality can be covered in a coded step - the sample code below is based on the structure of the grid from the Telerik WPF demo app.
// Add the cilumn name textbloxk element in the Elements Explorer so that you can use it in the code. // Ensure its find expression uses the TextContent attribute - that way the element will be consistently identified no matter where it is in the grid var lastNameTextblock = Applications.WPF_Demosexe.WPF_Controls_Examples__GridView_ChartView_ScheduleView_RichTextBox_Map_Code_Samples.LastNameTextblock; // Locate the first parent element of that textblock, which is of type grid var cell = lastNameTextblock.Parent("Grid"); // Create a find expression, which searches for element with XamlTag=filteringdropdown var expression = new XamlFindExpression("XamlTag=filteringdropdown"); // Use it to locate and click on that element. cell.Find.ByExpression(expression).User.Click();
Please consider addition this component to the Kendo components library in Test Studio.
I have a WPF UI that has multiple combo boxes, about a data grid. The Combo boxes are used to change what appears in the grid. When I am creating a test to verify the values of the items in the list, I am trying to get the hover menu to come up, but it quickly disappears when I try to get the menu item for a combobox item selected.
As a work around, I have been able to click Alt-Tab, and then go back to the screen, and that keeps the menu open for me to select an item, but I shouldn't have to do this.
I recently upgraded to Visual Studio 2022 and the IDE is now a 64-bit process. I am unable to assign a dataset while in VS 2022.
However, this still works within Test Studio...
The data driven data from Excel is trimmed to 255 characters, even though it is longer. This does not happen in all cases and I have attached a sample Test Studio project with test data that reproduces the issue.
I have an expanded dropdown and I want to capture its state in a screenshot. I used the method below, but it excludes the dropdown that is open.
The workaround is to capture the whole desktop with a predefined step in Test Studio.
TestStudio returns 0 for the number of tabs in a Kendo Angular TabStrip control. The behavior is reproduced on the demo page of the control - https://www.telerik.com/kendo-angular-ui/components/layout/tabstrip/tabs
Test Studio version is 2021.2.809.0
Using the No Chrome Extension, the dialog window to upload a file doesn't open when running the test. I’m unable to give you access to my testing site, however, I used https://ps.uci.edu/~franklin/doc/file_upload.html to replicate the issue and supplied the Test studio projects for your review.
Chrome: Version 99.0.4844.51 (Official Build) (64-bit)
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise
Version: 10.0.19044 Build 19044
Test Studio Welcome screen crashes in specific customer environment.
When starting a project from the Settings.aiis file, it loads correctly, but triggering the Welcome screen results in unexpected error.
Test Config Scenario (sample proj attached):
Test A (Maintest) calls Test B
Test B (filled with local Data) calls Test C
Test C (inheritParentData, should get it's data from Test A) calls Test D
Test D (inheritParentData, should get it's data from Test A as well)
Expected: Upon execution Test B executes all its iterations correctly for each iteration of Test A.
Actual: Test B executes all its iterations, but uses only the first row value for each of the iterations.
Note: If Test C is excluded from the test execution, all iterations from test B are performed correctly.
If Test C and Test D are using their own data instead of inheriting the parent source, the execution is as well as expected.
I built a WPF single file application with dotnet 6 with the following script.
dotnet publish \ --configuration Release \ --runtime win-x64 \ --self-contained=true \ -p:PublishSingleFile=true \ -p:IncludeNativeLibrariesForSelfExtract=true \ -p:IncludeAllContentForSelfExtract=true \ --output bin/publish
When using Test Studio, it cannot record actions. The compact recording toolbar is not visible.
At some point when reconfiguring the app path, a popup showed up :
Any feedback from you would be welcome.