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Last updated: Sep 26, 2017 14:49

By Christopher Alton

This is how to work with a secured field (password, log in, etc)

 

During your test development process with object use, you may encounter a secure field element.

  

<secure> element on a Password field

An example of a secured password field. This can also happen to user ID or other fields that are data sensitive.

If you encounter this issue, using the element.set function may not work as expected. The secure fields may accept the command, but may reject the text being entered. This may show as a successful command sent, but no data will enter as shown in your execution report.

To work with this secured field, you will need to use the visual function edit.set(text). This will type in the required data and allow for the field to be validated.

For reference, here is a link to the edit.set(text) function.

How to use the edit.set(text) visual function.

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