double clickrow, tablerow, double mouseclick, row, table, double-click, scriptless, script-less, scripted, step, view, stepview If you are dealing with list or table object sometimes you may require double click to the list row or table cell For these purposes ZAPTEST offering DblClickRow and DblClickCell methods DblClickRow method initiate double click to the certain row of the list object. As a parametrs you need to specify row number and delay between clicks. DblClickCell method initiate double click to the certain cell of the table object. As a parametrs you need to specify row number, column number and delay between clicks.

Method DblClickRow

1 of 2 declarations

Performs Double Click on a specific row number

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Usage

Function DblClickRow( 
        Integer Row,
        Integer Delay [Optional]
)

Step

DblClickRow

3

200

Row

Delay

Parameters

Row

Type: Integer

Row number to click on (starts with 1)

Delay (optional)

Type: Integer

Default Value: 0

Delay in milliseconds between two clicks

Returns

True if operation is successful; otherwise, false

Example

VBScript

row = 3
Application("Demo").View("DemoView").Object("WeekDays").Table("Calendar").DblClickRow row

JavaScript

var row = 3;
Application("Demo").View("DemoView").Object("WeekDays").Table("Calendar").DblClickRow(row, column);

Comment

Perform Double Click on row with number 3

Step

DblClickRow

3

Comment

Set delay parameter

Step

DblClickRow

3

200


Method DblClickRow

2 of 2 declarations

Performs Double Click on the first row that has the specified text

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Usage

Function DblClickRow( 
        String CellText,
        Integer Delay [Optional]
)

Step

DblClickRow

Row text

200

RowText

Delay

Parameters

CellText

Type: String

The text of the cell to click on

Delay (optional)

Type: Integer

Default Value: 0

Delay in milliseconds between two clicks

Returns

True if operation is successful; otherwise, false

Example

VBScript

'Note! cellText is String, not Integer!
cellText = "25"
Application("Demo").View("DemoView").Object("WeekDays").Table("Calendar").DblClickRow cellText

JavaScript

//Note! cellText is String, not Integer!
var cellText = "25";
Application("Demo").View("DemoView").Object("WeekDays").Table("Calendar").DblClickRow(cellText);

Comment

Click on row with text "Name"

Step

DblClickRow

Name

Comment

Set delay parameter

Step

DblClickRow

Name

200

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