I want both size of the rows shouldn't be matched.

int firstnum = 0;
        List<WebElement> preRoutlList = driver.findElements(By.xpath("//*[@id='txBottomTable']/table/tbody/tr"));
        firstnum = firstnum + preRoutlList.size();

 int secondnum = 0;
        List<WebElement> aftRoutlList = driver.findElements(By.xpath("//*[@id='txBottomTable']/table/tbody/tr"));
        secondnum = secondnum + aftRoutlList.size();

There are a few different ways to achieve that depending on how you prefer to do things:

As another person has commented you don't appear to need those int declarations, so can just use the .size() call.

//Assert false that one equals the other

//Assert True that one doesn't equal the other


If you want to compare your these two variables then use this -

Assert.assertEquals(firstnum, secondnum);

In this line of code lets assume that firstnum is your actual value and secondnum is your expected value

  • You do not need to declare any variables and I think whats OP is asking is to check if they don't match. – Moro May 15 at 9:12
  • Actually I was comparing both size shouldn't be match. I got the solution Assert.assertNotEquals(firstnum, secondnum, "Rows was not updated"); – Samira May 15 at 9:15

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