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From Mohan Radhakrishnan <radhakrishnan.mo...@gmail.com>
Subject Catch clause difference
Date Mon, 08 Jan 2018 13:02:08 GMT
Hello,

These catch clauses are somehow different from each other. Why  ?

In the first case 'NoSuchElementException' is somehow escaping the 'catch'
block. My test fails.

But the second clause succeeds as expected.

Clause 1 :

catch( NoSuchElementException nse ){

    throw new NoSuchWidgetException( " Element " + by.toString() + "
not found" +
                                     " after polling for [" +
pollingInterval.longValue() +
                                     "] with timeout set to [" +
timeOut.longValue() );
}


Clause 2 :

try{
    WaitForWidget<Widget> wait =
    new WaitForWidget<WebDriver>(wd).
                            pollingEvery(pollingInterval.longValue(),unit).
                            withTimeout(timeOut.longValue(),unit).
                            withMessage(supplierClosure)

    wait.until( {  wd.findElement( by )} as Function )
}catch(  nse ){
    throw new NoSuchWidgetException( " Element " + by.toString() + "
not found" +
                                     " after polling for [" +
pollingInterval.longValue() +
                                     "] with timeout set to [" +
timeOut.longValue() );
}

Thanks,
Mohan

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