An If Statement is a conditional statement that, if proved true, performs a number of steps.
There are certain scenarios where we need to execute some steps only if a certain condition is met.
IF Statements can be nested in other IF Statements.
An IF Statement can cross the boundary of a test case and continue into the next test case.
IF Statements can be added by using the
Start If Statement action.
In order to close an IF Statement, we need to use the
End If Statement action.
You can choose from the following types of IF Statements:
|If Condition Type||Description|
|Element Is Present||Checks if an element is present|
|Element Is Not Present||Check if an element is not present.|
|Element Matches Value||Checks if the text from an element matches a certain value.|
|Element Does Not Match Value||Checks if the text from an element does not match a certain value.|
|Element Contains Value||Checks if the text from an element contains a certain value.|
|Element Does Not Contain Value||Checks if the text from an element does not contain a certain value.|
|Element Contains Attribute||Checks if an element contains a certain attribute.|
|Element Does Not Contain Attribute||Checks if an element does not contain a certain attribute.|
|Variable Assertion||Provides multiple ways to check a variable.|
|Page Source Contains Value||Checks if the Page Source contains a certain value.|
|Page Source Does Not Contain Value||Checks if the Page Source does not contain a certain value.|
|Screen Matches Screenshot||Performs a visual comparison between the entire screen and a baseline screenshot.|
|Element Matches Screenshot||Performs a visual comparison between an element and a baseline screenshot.|
You can also use Else Statements, with the
Start Else Statement and
End Else Statement actions.
An Else Statement is an alternative statement that is executed if the result of a previous If Statement evaluates to false.