This gives you the name of the selector as id and for nested
descriptions you get nestedObjectSelector.selector. Therefor
the ids per object are unique and are easily used in SeasideTesting.
But my colleague reminded me that this only works if I have a
single form on the page. He said the id has to be unique across
the whole page. So my approach is bit critical.
Hi I usually just lurk here, but I know the general solution to this problem.
This is where using Xpath would be handy or another way to define how
to find the element by first specifying the id of the form, then the
id of the element within the form.
Selenium IDE uses this and its pretty useful.