Macro that can accept either of two TAGs

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Pap
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Macro that can accept either of two TAGs

Post by Pap » Wed Oct 29, 2014 11:05 am

Imacros10
windows7

i have a website that can respond in 2 ways after we enter some csv data into the form.
is it possible to make a macro that will continue with the test when either of the 2 texts appear?

like for example:

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TAG POS=1 TYPE=LI FORM=NAME:form_login ATTR=TXT:*Login<SP>has<SP>failed.*
TAG POS=1 TYPE=LI FORM=NAME:form_login ATTR=TXT:*Login<SP>is<SP>incorrect.*
i hear that adding:

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SET !ERRORIGNORE YES
SET !TIMEOUT_TAG 0
will solve the problem but it wont, errorignore YES will simply ignore the missing tag and if both of them are missing that wont solve it
Snayler
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Re: Macro that can accept either of two TAGs

Post by Snayler » Thu Oct 30, 2014 11:01 am

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TAG POS=1 TYPE=LI FORM=NAME:form_login ATTR=TXT:*Login<SP>* EXTRACT=TXT
There ya go. You can extract the text and check if it has some normal text ("login is incorrect"/"login has failed") or the "#EANF#" string ("Extraction Anchor Not Found"). Use javascript for that.
Pap
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Re: Macro that can accept either of two TAGs

Post by Pap » Sat Nov 01, 2014 7:05 pm

that will not help because there are lots of *Login* texts on this page and they have different styles (the 2 ones i want to verify also)
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