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How can I create custom component/element?

Custom component can be created by extending Component class.


public class TestComponent extends QAFWebComponent{
public TestComponent(String locator) {
super(locator);
}

….

}

Custom component can be used in page class as below.

@FindBy(locator=”locator”)
TestComponent testComponent;
@FindBy(locator=”locator”)
List<TestComponent> testComponent;

Refer below example for custom component.

To create a component you need to extend “com.infostretch.automation.webdriver.QAFWebComponent”.

 

 

 

 

public class Property extends QAFWebComponent {

                @FindBy(locator = NAME_LOC)

                private QAFWebElement name;

                @FindBy(locator = BOOK_BTN_LOC)

                private QAFWebElement bookBtn;

                @FindBy(locator = RATEOPTION_COMP_LOC)

                Private List<RateOption> rateOptions; //child component

      @FindBy(locator = RATEOPTION_RATECAL_COMP_LOC)

      private WebRateCalendar ratCal;

                …

                public Property(String locator) {

                                super(locator);

                }

                //child component

                public class WebRateOption extends QAFWebComponent {

                                @FindBy(locator = RATEOPTION_LABEL_LOC)

                                private QAFWebElement label;

                                @FindBy(locator = RATEOPTION_RATETEXT_LOC)

                                private QAFWebElement rateText;

                                …

                                public WebRateOption(String locator) {

                                                super(locator);

                                }

                }

}

public class SearchResultsPageImpl extends WebDriverBaseTestPage <WebHomePageImpl> {

    @FindBy(locator = CHECKINDATE_INPUT_LOC)

      private QAFWebElement checkinDate;

      @FindBy(locator = CHECKOUTDATE_INPUT_LOC)
      private QAFWebElement checkoutDate;

     @FindBy(locator = PROPERTY_COMP_LOC)
      private List<Property> properties;

      …

         public List<Property> getProperties() {

                return properties;

         }

    ...

}

String PROPERTY_COMP_LOC =
     "{'locator':'css=.property';'desc':'Property on Search Result Page'}";

String RATEOPTION_COMP_LOC =
     "{'locator':'css=.rateOption';'desc':'Property Rate Option'}";

String RATE_CAL_LINK_LOC =
     "{'locator':'css=.multiRateCalendarLink';'desc':'Browse Dates/Rates Calander Link'}";

 

You can notice that in page list of property is defined as list of Property component. The property component also defines RateOptions component and a calendar component.

The next step is overriding equals method to search specific component from list of component. For example below sample code demonstrate that we can match property component with string (name or id of property) or a data bean.

@Override

publicboolean equals(Object obj) {

           

      if (obj instanceof PropertyDataBean) {

            PropertyDataBean bean = (PropertyDataBean) obj;

            return (StringUtil.isBlank(bean.getPropertyName())

                        || getName().getText().trim()

                                    .equalsIgnoreCase(

                                    bean.getPropertyName().trim()))

                  && (StringUtil.isBlank(bean.getPropertyId())

                        || getPropertyId().trim()

                              .equalsIgnoreCase(bean.getPropertyId().trim()))

                  && ((null == bean.isAvailable()) || this.isAvailable())

                  && (StringUtil.isBlank(bean.getCityStateZip())

                        || getAddress().contains(bean.getCityStateZip()));

 

            }

            if (obj instance of String) {

                  return getName().getText().equalsIgnoreCase((String) obj)

                        || getPropertyId().equalsIgnoreCase((String) obj);

            }

            return super.equals(obj);

      }

 public class PropertyDataBean extends BaseDataBean {

      private String propertyName;

      private String propertyAddress1;

      private String cityStateZip;

      private Boolean isAvailable = null;

      private String propertyId;

      private String offerName;

      private String phoneNumber;

       ...

       public PropertyDataBean() {

      }

       public PropertyDataBean(Map<String, String> data) {

            super(data);

      }

...

//getters and setters


}

Now following code in “SearchResultsPageImpl” will return you a specific property to work with as per your requirement

public Property getProperty(String name) {

            return getProperty((Object) name);

      }

      public Property getProperty(PropertyDataBean property) {

            return getProperty((Object) property);

      }

 

      private Property getProperty(Object o) {

            for (Property property : getProperties()) {

                  if (property.equals(o)) {

                        return property;

                  }

            }

            return null;

      }

 

Above is example of reusable component in different page/component. You need to create component same as above and declare in different page/component where it is used.

@FindBy(locator = CALENDAR_COMPONENT_LOC)

public WebCalendar calendar;

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