Use "if ..." Command in Selenium IDE for Chrome

Q

How to Use "if ..." Command in Selenium IDE for Chrome?

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A

When using "if ..." Commands in test steps in Selenium IDE for Chrome, you need to remember the following:

1. Use "if ... end" to form a single branch of test steps.

2. Use "if ... else ... end" to form two branches of test steps.

3. Use "if ... else if ... else ... end" to form multiple branches of test steps.

4. Use JavaScript Boolean expression syntax to specify conditions to "if" and "else if" commands.

5. ${variable} is allowed in condition expressions.

Here is a sample test called "Condition" on how to use variables:

1	execute script | return (new Date()).getDay(); | day 
2	echo | ${day}
3	if | ${day} < 1
4	  echo | Sunday
5	else if | ${day} > 5
6	  echo | Saturday
7	else 
8	  echo Weekday
9	end

Here is the log output when you execute the above test.

1. executeScript on return (new Date()).getDay(); with value day OK
echo: 0
3. if on ${day} < 1 OK
echo: Sunday
5. elseIf on ${day} > 5 OK
7. else OK
9. end OK

 

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