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Last updated Apr 17, 2024

Apply for a loan with UiBank

This tutorial shows how to create a Coded Test Case (applyForLoan.cs) to verify whether the loan rate calculated by the UiBank application matches your own calculation. The test case references a Coded Source File (LoanApplication.cs), containing a class with get and set methods used for generating test data.
Prerequisites

Create a code source file

  1. Create a class called LoanApplication.
  2. Create a public object for every field in the Loan Application form, and use the get and set methods for each of them.

    Later, assign values to the objects using either pre-defined values or APIs such as RandomString or RandomNumber.

    public class LoanApplication
        {
            public string email {get;set;}
            public int income {get;set;}
            public int loanAmount {get;set;}
            public int loanTerm {get;set;}
            public int age {get;set;}
            public int expectedLoanRate {get;set;}
        }public class LoanApplication
        {
            public string email {get;set;}
            public int income {get;set;}
            public int loanAmount {get;set;}
            public int loanTerm {get;set;}
            public int age {get;set;}
            public int expectedLoanRate {get;set;}
        }
    


Create the coded test case

  1. Create a new Coded test case (File group > New > Coded test case) and name it applyForLoan.
  2. Reference the Coded source file that you created previously in your Coded Test Case to generate data.
    private LoanApplication myLoanApplication;private LoanApplication myLoanApplication;
  3. Inside the public class of the Coded Test Case (applyForLoan), but outside the Execute method, create another method called InitializeTestData. Here you set the values for each field inside the Loan Application form.
    public void InitializeTestData()
    {            
                myLoanApplication = new LoanApplication();
                myLoanApplication.age = 42;
                myLoanApplication.email = "john.doe@uipath.com";
                myLoanApplication.income = 30000;
                myLoanApplication.loanAmount = decimal.ToInt32(testing.RandomNumber(20000,30000,0));
                myLoanApplication.loanTerm = 5;
                myLoanApplication.expectedLoanRate = 8;
    }public void InitializeTestData()
    {            
                myLoanApplication = new LoanApplication();
                myLoanApplication.age = 42;
                myLoanApplication.email = "john.doe@uipath.com";
                myLoanApplication.income = 30000;
                myLoanApplication.loanAmount = decimal.ToInt32(testing.RandomNumber(20000,30000,0));
                myLoanApplication.loanTerm = 5;
                myLoanApplication.expectedLoanRate = 8;
    }


  4. In the Arrange section, initialize the test data for your test case.
    InitializeTestData();InitializeTestData(); 
  5. Capture all the UI elements that you want to use in your coded test case inside the Object Repository.


  6. Access all the UI elements in the application and start automating! Open the UiBank application and choose to apply for a loan.
    var homeScreen = uiAutomation.Open(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.HomeScreen);
                    homeScreen.Click(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.HomeScreen.Products);
                    homeScreen.Click(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.HomeScreen.Loans);
            var applyForLoanScreen = uiAutomation.Attach(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.ApplyForLoan);
    				applyForLoanScreen.Click(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.ApplyForLoan.ApplyForALoan);var homeScreen = uiAutomation.Open(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.HomeScreen);
                    homeScreen.Click(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.HomeScreen.Products);
                    homeScreen.Click(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.HomeScreen.Loans);
            var applyForLoanScreen = uiAutomation.Attach(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.ApplyForLoan);
    				applyForLoanScreen.Click(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.ApplyForLoan.ApplyForALoan);
    


  7. Fill in the Loan Application form with the test data that you previously initialized.
    var loanApplicationForm = uiAutomation.Open(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication);
    
     loanApplicationForm.TypeInto(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.EmailAddress, myLoanApplication.email);
     loanApplicationForm.TypeInto(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.LoanAmountRequested, myLoanApplication.loanAmount.ToString());
     loanApplicationForm.SelectItem(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.LoanTerm, "5");
     Log(loanApplicationForm.ToString());
     loanApplicationForm.TypeInto(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.CurrentYearlyIncome,"30000");
     loanApplicationForm.TypeInto(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.Age, myLoanApplication.age.ToString());var loanApplicationForm = uiAutomation.Open(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication);
    
     loanApplicationForm.TypeInto(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.EmailAddress, myLoanApplication.email);
     loanApplicationForm.TypeInto(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.LoanAmountRequested, myLoanApplication.loanAmount.ToString());
     loanApplicationForm.SelectItem(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.LoanTerm, "5");
     Log(loanApplicationForm.ToString());
     loanApplicationForm.TypeInto(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.CurrentYearlyIncome,"30000");
     loanApplicationForm.TypeInto(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.Age, myLoanApplication.age.ToString());
    


  8. In the Act section add the action of selecting the Submit button.
    loanApplicationForm.Click(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.SubmitLoanApplication);loanApplicationForm.Click(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanApplication.SubmitLoanApplication);
  9. In the Assert section, retrieve the loan rate that the application calculated and verify if it matches the loan rate that you estimated in the InitializeTestData method.
    var loanResultsScreen = uiAutomation.Attach(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanResults);
    
     var actualLoanRate = loanResultsScreen.GetText(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanResults.LoanRate);
     testing.VerifyExpression(actualLoanRate == myLoanApplication.expectedLoanRate.ToString(),"The expected and actual loan rates are equal.",true, "Verify Expression", true, false);var loanResultsScreen = uiAutomation.Attach(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanResults);
    
     var actualLoanRate = loanResultsScreen.GetText(ObjectRepository.Descriptors.UiBank.LoanResults.LoanRate);
     testing.VerifyExpression(actualLoanRate == myLoanApplication.expectedLoanRate.ToString(),"The expected and actual loan rates are equal.",true, "Verify Expression", true, false);
    
    


Sample project

To follow the steps and try out the tutorial yourself, see the following sample project: Apply for a loan with UiBank.

  • Create a code source file
  • Create the coded test case
  • Sample project

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