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I am trying to develop a custom automation solution for my software client which involves testcases where there is interaction with html pages in embedded browser windows. The chromium embedded framework is being used in this client and I want to know if there is a way to Click a button in the embedded browser or other such actions like setting the text in a text box and clicking on links

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Posted 11-Jul-12 1:33am
Updated 16-Jul-12 22:55pm
Chris Losinger 12-Jul-12 16:34pm
does the chromium framework provide you with access to the DOM of the contained web page? if so, is there a 'submit' function for button elements?

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Solution 1

First of all, see in the chromium project, there are many unit tests. Look inside and do the same.
But if you like to test the HTML page, then you would better use plain JavaScript. You will have full access to all HTML functionality.

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