June 4, 2019, 8:59am
I have to automate a java application in which we are querying a database and it displays in a table element of itself. The selector looks like this:
java idx=‘1’ name=‘Required request id’ role=‘text’
The ‘idx’ attribute is the only descriptor which allows me to loop through the rows
But the table has a overflow, scrolling of which makes the top most element’s idx of the table after the scroll as 1 the table does not allow pageDwn key press for scrolling for which I could have reinitialized the counter.
How do I automate this?
i understand the problem but not much is given to suggest you a concrete solution.
Try posting the selectors from all ‘Default’ ‘UiAutomation’ and ‘Accessibility’ modes of indicating elements form the UiExplorer - See image below
Once you post this please reply lets dissect this issue
June 6, 2019, 1:16pm
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Let me guess, it’s an Oracle data table? If so, please read this post and this topic:
As far as I remember this particular type of table, you will never get the 11th element’s selector. You can only extract elements from selectors by ids from 1 to 10. However! If you press the Down Arrow once, your value for the extracted item from the 10th element selector will be replaced by the value of the 11th element. Thus, if you continuously scrap 10th element while pressing down arrow once every time, you will extract all the values.
Of course, you will want to check all is going fine a…
It might be a valid workaround for you.
If not, some screenshots would help to visualize the scenario.
June 9, 2019, 1:16pm
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