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I am writing unit test cases through Selenium. When the scripts run, it checks a radio button after the login is successful, for which I have written the script like-
 
selenium.open("/ihcas-web/login");
        selenium.type("id=j_username", "piyush");
        selenium.type("j_password", "password");
        selenium.click("name=Login");
        selenium.waitForPageToLoad("50000");
        selenium.click("id=pId2");
 

Now I want to get the value of radio button whose id = pId2. The html code for the radio button is-
 
<input id="pId2" name="pId" type="radio" value="PID106"/>
Posted 31-Dec-12 19:15pm
Comments
Christian Graus at 1-Jan-13 14:41pm
   
You will have more luck if you tag this 'selenium', or perhaps use a forum for people who use it. I've never heard of it.

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