Data scrapping - Unformatted data

Hi all,

I don’t have prior experience in UiPath. I’m trying to do “Data Scrapping” with help of a youtube video.

Scrapping data from the ClickBank website and saving it to excel/csv.

https://accounts.clickbank.com/mkplSearchResult.htm?mainCategoryId=1347&sortField=POPULARITY&b1=1347

However, I’m getting an error message as “Please indicate fields that are correlated with the fields you indicated to define the first column.”

Please find the screenshots in the below link (I’m unable to upload images in this forum as I’m a basic user)

Image 1 - Shows the list of fields I’m trying to scrap (correlated data/fields)

a) Product Name
a1) Product Name’s URL
b) Affiliate Page URL
c) Avg /conversion d) Grav e) Cat f) Initial /conversion:
g) Recurring $/rebill:
h) Cat:

Image 2 - I don’t get any problem while scrapping below fields

a) Product Name
a.1) Product Name’s URL
b) Affiliate Page URL
c) Avg $/conversion

Image 3 - I have highlighted the area, wherein every tabular column, either a few fields are missing or the location/order is not structured

d) Grav
e) Cat
f) Initial /conversion g) Recurring /rebill
h) Cat

Due to which I’m getting an error - “Please indicate fields that are correlated with the fields you indicated to define the first column.”

Image 4 - I tried to scrap only one of the problematic field and found UiPath is scrapping the data from different fields based on the location/order of the fields.

Can someone please guide me on what concepts in UiPath should be referred to or used in UiPath to scrape this unstructured data?

Are there any possibilities for the UiPath to read the field name first and then copy the related details accordingly?

Finally, I’m trying to scrape data spanning to all the pages.

Thanks in advance. I’m hoping to complete my first automation successfully.

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