25.10 Salesforce Keyword

Action

SF_AccountExists

This Keyword checks whether a specified account record exists or not in the Salesforce Application based on the Data Input Arguments provided.

Input Arguments

Note: You can provide maximum 2 Identifiers and corresponding value. This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Output

Example

 

 

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to verify the Existence of the highlighted record then you can use the keyword “SF_AccountExists” as follows:

SF_AccountExists

Common Error conditions

SF_ClickByText

This Keyword clicks on an object that exists on a page of the Sales Force Application based on the Data Input Arguments provided.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Example

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to click on the highlighted textbox “LogIn” then you can use the keyword SF_ClickByText as follows:

SF_ClickByText

Common Error conditions

SF_ClickByTextInSequence

This Keyword clicks on the specified Text in a sequential manner that exists on a page of the Salesforce Application based on the Data Input Arguments provided.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Example

As shown in the above screenshot if we want to Click on Home Text, then after redirecting on this page if we want to click on text “Chatter”  then after reaching on this  page if we want to click on text “Campaigns” then if we want to click on text “Leads” then after reaching on this page if we want to click on text “Accounts” which is available on 5th page

We can use “SF_ClickByTextInSequence” keyword as follows:

SF_ClickByTextInSequence

Common Error conditions

SF_ClickImageByTitle/Alt

This keyword clicks on specified image that exists on some page of the salesforce application on basis of image title or alt attribute given. It takes Title/Alt, Index, Partial Text as Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Example

 

In the above Screenshot, if you want to click on the highlighted image then, here is how you will use “SF_ClickImageByTitle/Alt ” keyword.

SF_ClickImageByTitle/Alt

Common Error conditions

SF_ClickInTableCellUsingObject

This Keyword clicks on a specified table cell that exists on some page of the Salesforce application using query based on the Data Input Arguments provided.

Input Arguments

Note: You can provide maximum 5 Header and corresponding value.This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Output

Example

 

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to click on the column name “ACCOUNT SITE” of the highlighted table row  then you can use the keyword “SF_ClickInTableCellUsingObject” as follows:

SF_ClickInTableCellUsingObject

Common Error conditions

SF_ClickInTableCellUsingText

This Keyword clicks on a specified table cell that exists on some page of the Salesforce application using text provided in the Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Note: You can provide maximum 5 Header and corresponding value. This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Output

Example

 

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to click on the column name “ACCOUNT SITE” of the highlighted table row then you can use the keyword “SF_ClickInTableCellUsingText” as follows:

SF_ClickInTableCellUsingText

Common Error conditions

SF_ClickNewDashboard

This Keyword Clicks on new Dashboard in Dashboard section of the Salesforce Application. It does not take any Object or Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented only in Lightning mode.

Example

For example, in the above screenshot, the keyword SF_ClickNewDashboard will click on the highlighted “NewDashboard” tab and creates a new Dashboard for the Dashboard section of the Salesforce application.

Common Error conditions

SF_ClickNewEvent

This Keyword clicks on a new event of calendar section of the Salesforce Application. It does not take any Object or Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented only in Lightning mode.

Example

For example, in the above screenshot, the keyword SF_ClickNewEvent will click on the highlighted “NewEvent” tab and creates a new event for the calendar section of the Salesforce application.

Common Error conditions

SF_ContactExists

This Keyword checks whether a specified contact record exists or not in the Salesforce Application based on the Data Input Arguments provided.

Input Arguments

Note: You can provide maximum 2 Identifiers and corresponding value.This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and classic mode.

Output

Example

 

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to verify the Existence of the highlighted record then you can use the keyword “SF_ContactExists” as follows:

SF_ContactExists

Common Error conditions

SF_DeselectCheckBoxByText

This Keyword deselects the specified checkbox that exists on a page of the Salesforce Application based on the Data Input Arguments provided.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Example

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to deselect the highlighted checkbox “Remember me” then you can use the keyword SF_DeselectCheckBoxByText as follows:

SF_DeselectCheckBoxByText

Common Error conditions

SF_GlobalSearch

This Keyword types the value to be searched in the search box of the Sales Force Application and then finds it. It takes Value to be searched as Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Example

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to search the value “ssts” in the Salesforce application then SF_GlobalSearch keyword will type the value in the highlighted search box and then find it. For this, you need to provide the Data Input Argument as follows:

SF_GlobalSearch

Common Error conditions

SF_EditAccountInTable

This Keyword edits a specified Account record in the Salesforce Application based on the Data Input Arguments provided.

Input Arguments

Note: You can provide maximum 5 Identifiers and corresponding value.This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.It is not implemented for Firefox version 48 and above in classic mode.

Output

Example

 

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to edit the highlighted record then you can use the keyword “SF_EditAccounts InTable” as follows:

SF_EditAccountInTable

Common Error conditions

SF_EditContactInTable

This Keyword edits a specified contact record in the Salesforce Application based on the Data Input Arguments provided.

Input Arguments

Note: You can provide maximum 5 Identifiers and corresponding value.This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.It is not implemented for Firefox version 48 and above in classic mode.

Output

Example

 

 

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to edit the highlighted record then you can use the keyword “SF_EditContacts InTable” as follows:

SF_EditContactInTable

Common Error conditions

SF_EditLeadInTable

This Keyword edits a specified Lead record in the Salesforce Application based on the Data Input Arguments provided.

Input Arguments

Note: You can provide maximum 5 Identifiers and corresponding value.This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.It is not implemented for Firefox version 48 and above in classic mode.

Output

Example

 

 

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to edit the highlighted record then you can use the keyword SF_EditLeadsInTable as follows:

SF_EditLeadInTable

Common Error conditions

SF_EditOpportunityInTable

This Keyword edits a specified Opportunity record in the Salesforce Application based on the Data Input Arguments provided.

Input Arguments

Note: You can provide maximum 5 Identifiers and corresponding value.This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.It is not implemented for Firefox version 48 and above in classic mode.

Output

Example

 

 

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to edit the highlighted record then you can use the keyword SF_EditOpportunityInTable as follows:

SF_EditOpportunitiyInTable

Common Error conditions

SF_GetTextFromTableCellUsingObject

This Keyword retrieves text from a specified table cell that exists on some page of the Salesforce application using query based on the Data Input Arguments provided.

Input Arguments

Note:You can provide maximum 5 Header and corresponding value. This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Output

Example

 

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to retrieve the text “Burlington Textiles Corp Of America” from the highlighted table row then you can use the keyword “SF_GetTextFromTableCellUsingObject” as follows:

SF_GetTextFromTableCellUsingObject

Common Error conditions

SF_GetTextFromTableCellUsingText

This Keyword retrieves text from specified table cell that exists on some page of the Salesforce application using text provided in the Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Note: You can provide maximum 5 Header and corresponding value. This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Output

Example

 

For example, in the above screenshot, if you want to retrieve the text “Burlington Textiles Corp Of America” from the highlighted table row then you can use the keyword “SF_GetTextFromTableCellUsingText” as follows:

SF_GetTextFromTableCellUsingText

Common Error conditions

SF_GoToAccounts

This Keyword clicks on the Accounts Tab and navigates you to the Accounts page of the Salesforce Application. It does not take any Object or Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Example

For example, in the above screenshot, the keyword SF_GoToAccounts will click on the highlighted “Accounts” tab and navigates you to the Accounts page of the Salesforce application.

Common Error conditions

SF_GoToCalendar

This Keyword clicks on the Calendar Tab and navigates you to the Calendar page of the Salesforce Application. It does not take any Object or Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented only in Lightning mode.

Example

For example, in the above screenshot, the keyword SF_GoToCalendar will click on the highlighted “Calendar” tab and navigates you to the Calendar page of the salesforce application.

Common Error conditions

SF_GoToChatter

This Keyword clicks on the Chatter Tab and navigates you to the Chatter page of the Salesforce Application. It does not take any Object or Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Example

For example, in the above screenshot, the keyword SF_GoToChatter will click on the highlighted “Chatter” tab and navigates you to the Chatter page of the salesforce application.

Common Error conditions

SF_GoToContacts

This Keyword clicks on the Contacts Tab and navigates you to the Contacts page of the Salesforce Application. It does not take any Object or Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Example

For example, in the above screenshot, the keyword SF_GoToContacts will click on the highlighted “Contacts” tab and navigates you to the Contacts page of the salesforce application.

Common Error conditions

SF_GoToDashboards

This Keyword clicks on the Dashboards Tab and navigates you to the Dashboards page of the Salesforce Application. It does not takes any Object or Data Input Arguments.

Input Arguments

Output

Note: This Keyword is implemented both in Lightning and Classic mode.

Example

For example, in the above screenshot, the keyword SF_GoToDashboards will click on the highlighted “Dashboards” tab and navigates you to the Dashboards page of the salesforce application.

Common Error conditions

SF_GoToFiles

SF_GoToForecasts

SF_GoToGroups

SF_GoToHome

SF_GoToLeads

SF_GoToNotes

SF_GoToOpportunities

SF_GoToProducts

SF_GoToQuotes

SF_GoToReports

SF_GoToTab

SF_GoToTasks

SF_GroupExists

SF_LaunchApp

SF_Logout

SF_LeadsExists

SF_OpportunityExists

SF_MouseHoverOnText

SF_RefreshSection

SF_QuoteExists

SF_SelectCalendarView

SF_SetSalesforceEnvironment

SF_SelectEditView

SF_SetDate

SF_SetTime

SF_SelectCheckBoxByText

SF_SelectDisplayAs

SF_SelectDropdownByText

SF_SelectListViewControl

SF_SelectNew

SF_SelectRadioButtonByText

SF_SwitchToSalesforceLightning

SF_SwitchToSalesforceClassic

SF_TypeByText

SF_TypeTextInTableCellUsingObject

SF_TypeTextInTableCellUsingText

SF_VerifyWidgets

SF_SearchAndSelect

SF_LaunchAppAndSelectItem

SF_ClickOnQuickAction

SF_ClickArrowInTableCellByQuery

SF_GetObjectTextByLabel

SF_GetTableRowCount

SF_GetTableCellText

SF_VerifyTextFromTableCellByQuery

SF_PerformActionInRelatedList

SF_ClickButtonInRelatedList

SF_DeselectDataFromPickList

SF_ClickTextInTableCellUsingText

SF_GetAuthorizationToken

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