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WATIJ - Automating a form on a Web Page (Internet Explorer) [ID:1501] (4/4)

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video tutorial by Robert Marchetti, added 06/09

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This video walk you thru writing a script in Watij to Automate a form on a Web page. This will allow you to automatically set the values of a Textbox, Select an item from listbox, Check a Checkbox, select a radio and click the submit button to submit the form.

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# Simple Jpype Example
######################

from jpype import * 


startJVM("C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\bin\\client\\jvm.dll", "-Djava.class.path=.\\lib\\junit.jar;.\\lib\\resolver.jar;.\\lib\\nekohtml.jar;.\\watij.jar;.\\lib\watijcom.jar;.\\lib\jniwrap-3.6.1.jar;.\\lib\\comfyj-2.4.jar;.\\lib\\winpack-3.6.jar;.\\lib\\xalan.jar;.\\lib\\xml-apis.jar;.\\lib\\serializer.jar;.\\lib\\xercesImpl.jar;.\\lib\\bsh.jar;.\\lib\\jexplorer-1.9.jar;.\\lib\\mshtml.jar;")


#===============================================================================
IE = JPackage("watij").runtime.ie.IE  
SF = JPackage("watij").finders.SymbolFactory     
# 
ie = IE()
ie.start()
ie.goTo("http://stonecircletech.com/testform.html")

# Fill in the Text boxes
ie.textField(SF.name,"firstname").set("Robert")
ie.textField(SF.name,"lastname").set("Marchetti")
ie.textField(SF.name,"addline1").set("123 EastOverShoe")
ie.textField(SF.name,"addline2").set("Suite #001")

ie.textField(SF.name,"city").set("Boston")
ie.textField(SF.name,"zip").set("02111")

# Select an Item from a Dropdown
ie.selectList(SF.name, "state").option(SF.value, "MA").select(); 

# Select a Checkbox
ie.checkbox(SF.name,"cxbx").set();

# Select a Radio button where the RB has the same "name" attrib.
ie.radio(SF.name,"music", "pop").set()
ie.radio(SF.name,"car", "saab").set()


# Click Submit
ie.button(SF.name,"submit").click()


#http://wtr.rubyforge.org/rdoc/classes/Watir/SupportsSubElements.html



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Thanks for the nice videos!

This automation mechanism looks very interesting.

I would please to know, if it is also possible with https pages

I had some difficulties to automated testsscripts with https pages

Thanks a lot for your feedback


I have seen the video.. It is very good. I am able to understand it. I shall implement the same. Thank you very much for providing it online.


Nice Explanation :)


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