Set multiple range in user code module

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Set multiple range in user code module

Post by cknopp » Wed Sep 17, 2014 12:49 pm

hi,

i want to set the range of a testcase in a user code module. In DataSource GUI dialog you can enter something like "1-3,5-8,10". In user code i have tried some functions mentioned in this posting "setting-datasource-range-from-and-to-parameters-from-code"

The problem is that i can only set a continuous range with the following code:

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TestSuite.Current.GetTestCase("TestCase").DataContext.SetRange(1,3)
If i try this code

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TestSuite.Current.GetTestCase("TestCase").DataContext.SetRange(DataRange.Parse("1-2,4-5"))
the following error is shown: "The specified range string contains more then one range." (Typo: than)

Update: Writing this posting i found the "DataRangeSet" class that can parse multiple ranges. So my Problem is solved :lol:

To set multiple ranges use code like this:

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TestSuite.Current.GetTestCase("TestCase").DataContext.SetRange(DataRangeSet.Parse("1-3,4-5,6,7-10"))
Is it correct that DataRange of the TestCase is not updated immediatly? The following code only shows the DataRange configured in the GUI:

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report.Log(reportlevel.Info,TestSuite.Current.GetTestCase("TestCase").DataRange.ToString)

TestSuite.Current.GetTestCase("TestCase").DataContext.SetRange(DataRangeSet.Parse("1-3,4-5,6,7-10"))

report.Log(reportlevel.Info,TestSuite.Current.GetTestCase("TestCase").DataRange.ToString)

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Re: Set multiple range in user code module

Post by Support Team » Fri Sep 19, 2014 2:30 pm

Hi cknopp,

Please note that this is internal API, we do not recommend using it and we preserve the right to change internal methods and properties at any time. Additionally, we do not guarantee for any side effects.

Thank you for your understanding.

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