Checking if the Checkbox is already checked

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How to check if the checkbox is already checked ,if so then print only text and if the check box is not checked, then click on the checkbox.

boolean sandboxClientCheckbox = driver.findElement(By.xpath("//div[@class='eplChkBoxWrapper']//label[@id='acChkSandboxClientForLbl']")).isSelected();       
    System.out.println("Check checkbox value " +sandboxClientCheckbox);
    if(sandboxClientCheckbox == true)   {
        Utils.pauseTestExecution(3);
        System.out.println("Checkbox is already checked  ");            
    } else {
                driver.findElement(By.id("acChkSandboxClientForLbl")).click();
    }  


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<div class="eplChkBoxWrapper">==$0
 <input type="checkbox" id="acChkSandboxClient" class="eplChkBox">
<label id="acChkSandboxClientForLbl" for="acChkSandboxClient">
::after
</label>


pls help

May 7, 2018 in Selenium by Vardy
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you can verify using IsSelelected Method.

IsCheck = Driver.findElement(By.xpath(xpath)).isSelected()

it will return either True or False.

hope it helps
answered May 7, 2018 by anonymous

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