Verifying a List Item's order in a Drag Drop List

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  1. Loren
    Loren avatar
    1 posts
    Member since:
    Sep 2015

    Posted 30 Sep Link to this post

    I'm attempting to test drag and drop functionality on an Angular page.

    I identified a List Item element with dynamicid by it's unique InnerText, and have a step to drag and drop this record to another row. No problems here.

    In the below example, how can I perform a verification test to see that Cat1 Tag1 element has moved from row 1 in the unorderedlist to row 2?


    The element Property AbsoluteSiblingTagIndex shows the index information that I need, but not sure how I can utilize this in a step. Is a coded step required? If so, idea on an approach for this?

    I suppose I could create a new element with same innertext and include the new xpath location on it, but this seems more brittle to me. And I really wanted the index location as part of the verification and not the element itself.

  2. Nikolay Petrov
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    Posted 05 Oct Link to this post

    Hello Loren,

    All of the drag and drop and verification actions can be performed in a coded step. Try to adjust following lines to your test to verify the new order after the drag and drop.

    add an using and a reference to the project settings:
    using System.Drawing;

    in coded step - adjust those lines to your case:
    // locate the ul element
    HtmlUnorderedList ulLiSortable = Find.ById<HtmlUnorderedList>("[the ul's id]");
    // Drag the data from row 0 to row 1
    // refresh the new
    // debug printing
    // Verify the new order in elements
    Assert.AreEqual(ulLiSortable.Items[0].InnerText, "Item 2");
    Assert.AreEqual(ulLiSortable.Items[1].InnerText, "Item 1");

    I hope this will solve the problem.

    Nikolay Petrov
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