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Test html:cancel with STRUTSTESTCASE

 
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Hello,

If my jsp page, I have two buttons, one is html:submit, the other one is html:cancel, how could I create a test case for html:cancel? In my Action, I am using :if (isCancelled(request)) to determine whether the html:cancel is pushed, but I don't know how to setup this html:cancel button in my testcase. BTW, I am using mocktestcase

Thanks a lot and have a great day,

Jiao
 
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Hello,

I have figured it out, basically, ActionServlet decides whether the user clicks the cancel button by checking a request parameter with the key of "org.apache.struts.taglib.html.CANCEL" in resource bundle.

So if we add following request parameter in our testcase:
addRequestParameter(Constants.CANCEL_PROPERTY,"CANCEL");

This behaviour is emulated.



Thanks and have a great day,


Jiao
 
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