Finding objects in a Dojo tree

You can use the dynamic find() API and the dojoTreeExpand() method to find all objects within a Dojo tree control within the application under test.
This example shows you how to use DojoTreeTestObject() to find all objects within a Dojo tree. You can adapt the code to change the browser if required.
	public void testMain(Object[] args) {
		// TODO Insert code here
		dojoTreeExpand();
	}

	public void dojoTreeExpand() {

		//Bring the application under test dynamically using startBrowser method and browser as Mozilla Firefox (assuming Firefox is enabled correctly)
		//Tips: You change the browser to Internet Explorer in the startBrowser method.
		ProcessTestObject process = RationalTestScript.startBrowser(
				"Mozilla Firefox", "http://docs.dojocampus.org/dijit/Tree" (http://docs.dojocampus.org/dijit/Tree));
		// ProcessTestObject process =
		// RationalTestScript.startBrowser("Internet Explorer",
		// "http://docs.dojocampus.org/dijit/Tree" (http://docs.dojocampus.org/dijit/Tree));

		// Wait for the browser to load completely.
		process.waitForExistence();

		// The RootTestObject represents a global view of the Application being
		// tested. It does not
		// represent an actual TestObject in the software under test. it
		// provides ways to finding an arbitrary
		// TestObject based on properties
		RootTestObject to = RootTestObject.getRootTestObject();

		// Define Test Object array
		TestObject[] dojoControls = null;
		for (int i = 0; i <= 10; i++) {

			// Performing a find operation and saving the returned object in the TestObject
			// array.
			dojoControls = to.find(RationalTestScript.atDescendant(".class",
					"Html.A", ".className", "show"));
			if (dojoControls.length >= 1) {
				break;
			}
			RationalTestScript.sleep(3);
		}
		// Assigning the first found Test Object to the GUITestObject, and
		// perform a click
		((GuiTestObject) dojoControls[0]).click();

		//Wait enough to load the page completly.
		sleep(30);

		// Define Test Object array, for a Dojo Tree structure
		TestObject[] trees = null;
		for (int i = 0; i <= 10; i++) {
			// Doing a find operation and saving the returned object in the TestObject
			// array.
			trees = to.find(RationalTestScript.atDescendant(".dojoclass",
					"tree", ".id", "treeOne"));
			if (trees.length == 1) {
				break;
			}
			RationalTestScript.sleep(3);
		}
		//
		DojoTreeTestObject dijitTree = new DojoTreeTestObject(trees[0]);

		// Dispatched when a tree has 'Continents' as node is expanded
		dijitTree.expand(atList(atText("Continents"), atText("North America"),
				atText("Mexico")));
		// Dispatched when a tree has 'Continents' as node is expanded
		dijitTree.click(atList(atText("Continents"), atText("North America"),
				atText("Mexico"), atText("Guadalajara")));
		sleep(10);
	}
}
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