25.9 OpKey Oracle EBS Keywords

While automating OracleEBS application with OpKey SaaS, you must keep in mind that this application works as a normal web_application in beginning (until the OracleEBS_form opens). Once OracleEBS_form is launched, OracleEBS keywords of OpKey are being used. Thus, you have to follow the beginning steps of OracleEBS which behave as web_application until you are redirected to the OracleEBS form. You can refer OracleEBS tutorial video at:

OracleEBS Tutorial Video:

Action

Oracle_SelectRadioButton

This keyword is used to select a radio button in the Oracle EBS application form. It  takes the Radio Button object as Object Input argument. It doesn’t take any Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

SelectRadioButton.jpg

In the above screenshot, if you want to select the Icon View radio button then you can use the “Oracle_SelectRadioButton” keyword as follows:

Oracle_SelectRadioButton

Common Error conditions

Oracle_Click

This keyword clicks on the specified object. It takes OR object as input argument. It does not take any Data Input arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

In the above screenshot, if you want to click on “Server” object of a page of the Oracle application then this is how you will use “Oracle_Click” keyword.

Oracle_Click

Common Error conditions

Oracle_GetCellChild

This keyword get the names of the children cell of a table. It takes a table Object as Object Input Arguments. It also takes Column Name and Row Number as Data Input Arguments

Input Arguments

Output

Example

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Suppose you want to retrieve the children of the highlighted cell of the table  that exists on a page of an oracle application then, you will use the keyword “Oracle_GetCellChild” as follows:

Oracle_GetCellChild

Common Error conditions

Oracle_PressToolBarButton

This keyword is used to press Toolbar Button in the Oracle EBS application form. It takes tooltip of the toolbar item as Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

Oracle_PressToolBarButton2.jpg

In the above screenshot, if you want to press “Save” toolbar button item then you can use the “Oracle_PressToolbarButton” keyword as follows:

Oracle_PressToolbarButton

Common Error conditions

Oracle_ClickButton

This keyword is used to click on the given button available in the Oracle EBS application form. This keyword takes button object as Object Input argument. This keyword doesn’t take any as Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

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In the above screenshot, if you want to click on the button “OK” then then you can use the “Oracle_ClickButton” keyword as follows:

Oracle_ClickButton

Common Error conditions

Oracle_SelectItemFromList

This keyword is used to select an item from the list in the Oracle EBS application form. It takes the Item list object as Object Input argument. It also takes Item value of the list item as Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

SelectItemFromList.jpg

In the above screenshot, if you want to select the the Asset Management list item then then you can use the “Oracle_SelectItemFromList” keyword as follows:

Oracle_SelectItemFromList

Common Error conditions

Oracle_ClickImage

This keyword is used to click on the specified image object in the Oracle EBS application form. It takes image object as Object Input argument. It doesn’t take any Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

ClickImage.jpg

In the above screenshot, if you want to click on the Highlighted image then you can use the “Oracle_ClickImage” keyword as follows:

Oracle_ClickImage

Common Error conditions

Oracle_ClickCell

This keyword clicks on a specified table cell in the Oracle EBS application form. It  takes table object as Object Input argument. It takes Column Name and  Row Number as Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

ClickCell.jpg

In the above screenshot, if you want to click on the first row under Invoice Num column in OracleEBS form then you can use the “Oracle_ClickCell” keyword as follows:

Oracle_ClickCell

Note: If you have created a Test Script (using Oracle_ClickCell) by recording actions performed on the Oracle EBS application then the OR created by recording, contains Column_Name and Row number as properties. In this scenario, it’s not mandatory to provide Column-Name & Row-Number as data input argument as if data input argument is empty then it picks data from the mapped OR. You can click on any cell of the table by providing the valid data from data input argument. In fact, during execution process it first picks the data from data input argument, if it’s empty then it picks data from the mapped OR.

Common Error conditions

Oracle_OpenDialogInTable

This keyword is used to open the dialog in table in the Oracle EBS application form. It takes table object as Object Input argument. It also  takes Column and  Row as Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

OpenDialogInTable.jpg

In the above screenshot, if you want to open the dialog in table of Oracle EBS form then then you can use the “Oracle_OpenDialogInTable” keyword as follows:

Oracle_OpenDialogInTable

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Oracle_ClickMenuCheckBox

This keyword is used to click on a menu Checkbox in the Oracle EBS application form. It  takes the menu Checkbox object as Object Input argument. It doesn’t take any as Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

if you want to click on the Menu checkbox then you can use the “Oracle_ClickMenuCheckBox” keyword as follows:

Oracle_ClickMenuCheckBox

Common Error conditions

Oracle_SetFocusToCell

This keyword set focus to a specified table cell. It takes a table Object as Object Input Arguments. It also takes Column Name and Row Number as Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

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Suppose you want to set focus on the highlighted cell of the table  that exists on a page of an oracle application then, you will use the keyword “Oracle_SetFocusToCell” as follows:

Oracle_SetFocusToCell

Common Error conditions

Oracle_OpenDialog

This keyword is used to open the given dialog box. This keyword takes dialog box object as Object Input argument. It doesn’t take any Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

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In the above screenshot, if you want to open the Application dialog box field then you can use the “Oracle_OpenDialog” keyword as follows:

Oracle_OpenDialog

Common Error conditions

Oracle_VerifyCellValue

This keyword is used to verify the value of a specified table cell in the Oracle EBS application form. It takes table object as Object Input argument. It also takes value, column and row as Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

VerifyCellValue.jpg

In the above screenshot, if you want to verify the value of first cell entered in Invoice Num column in OracleEBS form then you can use the “Oracle_VerifyCellValue” keyword as follows:

Oracle_VerifyCellValue

Common Error conditions

Oracle_ClickTextField

This keyword is used to click on the given text field. This keyword takes text field object as Object Input argument. It does not take any Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

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In the above screenshot, if you want to click on the Name text field then you can use the “Oracle_ClickTextField” keyword as follows:

Oracle_ClickTextField

Common Error conditions

Oracle_WaitForOracleObject

This keyword waits for specified Object on page for a given time. This keyword used in such a condition when Page have Object that takes more time to appear on the page.

This keyword waits for specified time and if in given time Object is visible on page then it passes the Execution if Object is not visible in given time then it fails the Execution.

Input Arguments

Output

Example

In the above screenshot, if you want wait for the “Server” object of a page of the Oracle application then this is how you will use “ Oracle_WaitForOracleObject“ keyword.

Oracle_WaitForOracleObject

Common Error conditions

Oracle_SelectFromLov

Oracle_IsCellEditable

Oracle_EnterCellValue

Oracle_ClickMenu

Oracle_TypeTextInTextArea

Oracle_VerifyCellProperty

Oracle_ClickMenuRadioButton

Oracle_DeSelectCheckBox

Oracle_GetCellType

Oracle_ClickMenuItem

Oracle_ClickOnText

Oracle_ClickTextArea

Oracle_SelectTab

Oracle_TypeTextOnEditBox

Oracle_GetCellValue

Oracle_SelectCheckBox

Oracle_SelectDropDownItem

Oracle_WaitForProperty

Oracle_GetCellProperty

Oracle_GetCheckBoxStatus

Oracle_GetFullTableText

Oracle_GetLabelText

Oracle_GetRadioButtonStatus

Oracle_GetTableColumnCount

Oracle_GetTableColumnName

Oracle_GetTableRowCount

Oracle_GetTableRowNumber

Oracle_VerifyLabelText

Function

Oracle_Output

Oracle_GetChildObjects

Oracle_FindInLOV

Oracle_ToString

Oracle_VerifyValue

Oracle_VerifyProperty

Oracle_VerifyCheckBoxStatus

Oracle_VerifyRadioButtonStatus

Oracle_VerifyTextInTextField

Oracle_VerifyTextInTextArea

Oracle_GetTextFromTextField

Oracle_GetTextFromTextArea

Oracle_GetProperty

Oracle_GetItemInList

Oracle_GetSelectedItemInList

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