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Multiple THEN statements in intern functional test


Multiple THEN statements in intern functional test

By : Arko
Date : November 22 2020, 02:42 PM
I wish did fix the issue. If you return another promise from your .then() handler, the resolution of the promises will be chained, and your async test should wait for the entire chain to be resolved (making the code below up, just to give an idea):
code :
.then(function (isDisplayed) {
    assert.isTrue(isDisplayed, 'X should be visible');

    return myClass
        .doSomeOtherThing()
        .findById('y')
        .isHidden()
        .then(function (isHidden) {
            assert.isTrue(isHiddem, 'Y should be hidden');
        });
});


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Is it possible to use dojo/text! in an Intern functional test?

Is it possible to use dojo/text! in an Intern functional test?


By : Tamara
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help To your specific error: You need to install Dojo for your own project if you want to use it. You are trying to load a module that does not exist. You may also try using the copy that comes with Intern, by loading modules from intern/dojo, but this isn’t recommended if you don’t understand the potential caveats of loading this internal library.
To using dojo/text in a functional test, generally: This is not currently possible unless you use the Geezer branch or explicitly use the Dojo 1 loader, because that module relies on functionality that is only exposed by the Dojo 1 loader when running in Node.js. A different text loader module that is fully generic would work, or you could load intern/dojo/node!fs and load the text yourself. This will be addressed in the future.
How can I use dijit/regisrty in an Intern functional test

How can I use dijit/regisrty in an Intern functional test


By : Thenral Vicky
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you Functional tests run from within Node.js, not the browser environment. If you want to access the dijit/registry instance that was loaded in the page you are testing, you need to use execute to run a function within the remote environment:
code :
return this.remote
  .get('http://application.co.uk')
  .execute(function () {
    // this function runs in the browser!

    var registry = require('dijit/registry');
    // ... do things with registry

    return something;
  })
  .then(function (something) {
    // this function runs inside the test runner!

    assert.isTrue(something);
  });
Intern functional test - iterating on set of items

Intern functional test - iterating on set of items


By : bluefire1991
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue You need to use getVisibleText() instead:
code :
return this.remote
    .findByCssSelector('.mySpanClass')
    .getVisibleText()
    .then(function (text) {                    
        assert.strictEqual(text, 'Span Text');
     });
return this.remote
    .findAllByCssSelector('.mySpanClass')
    .getVisibleText()
    .then(function (texts) {                    
        assert.strictEqual(texts, ['Span1 Text', 'Span2 Text']);
     });
http.request in intern functional test

http.request in intern functional test


By : user3768465
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue I never really sorted out the error using the http module because I did have selenium running and it was still giving me the error. But I tried using dojo/request because it returns promises and it worked right away.
code :
define([
"intern!object",
"runtime/testConfig",
"intern/dojo/node!nconf",
"intern/dojo/request",
"intern/chai!expect"

], function(registerSuite, conf, nconf, request, expect) {

var tests = {

    name: "Login test",

    "Test": function() {
        request.post("http://requestb.in/qlnoyyql", {
            data: JSON.stringify({
                userName: "gz4nio4",
                password: "sdfgsdfgsdgf4",
                userEmail: "gzenio4@wi.com",
                billingCode: "abc-123",
                sourceCode: "TEST",
                companyName: "gwzanio4",
                region: "US",
                partner: "NONE"
            }),
            headers: { 'Content-Type': 'application/json' }
        }).then(function(response) {
            console.log(response);
        }, function(err) {
            console.log(err);
        }, function(evt) {
            console.log(evt);
        });
    }
};

registerSuite(tests);
});
Intern functional testing: skip a suite/test

Intern functional testing: skip a suite/test


By : Martin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine The Intern docs specify a this.skip method that is available for unit tests (https://theintern.io/docs.html#Intern/4/docs/docs%2Fwriting_tests.md/skipping-tests-at-runtime) which also works for functional/e2e tests.
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