Making the distinction between similarly titled links in Cuc

Hoblaa!

I’m writing a test for modifying a list structure. Say I have a list of
objects in the view along the lines of:
Object1 View Edit Delete
Object2 View Edit Delete
Object3 View Edit Delete
Object4 View Edit Delete

I want to be able to write a test in Cucumber that’ll perform an action
on one of the objects, i.e. Object2. How can I pinpoint the correct
View/Edit/Delete link from the list? I can’t really use the standard

I follow "View"

because it will just follow the View link for Object1 (I assume).

Thanks in advance.

Kura Monni wrote:

Hoblaa!

I’m writing a test for modifying a list structure. Say I have a list of
objects in the view along the lines of:
Object1 View Edit Delete
Object2 View Edit Delete
Object3 View Edit Delete
Object4 View Edit Delete

I want to be able to write a test in Cucumber that’ll perform an action
on one of the objects, i.e. Object2. How can I pinpoint the correct
View/Edit/Delete link from the list? I can’t really use the standard

I follow "View"

because it will just follow the View link for Object1 (I assume).

Thanks in advance.

I’m about to try dealing with a similar problem. Webrat will match
objects by CSS selector; I don’t know yet (because I haven’t yet tried!)
whether Cucumber’s default webrat_steps will work with that matching
strategy, but if not, it shouldn’t be too hard to write new steps that
do work.

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

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