Hello @Rahul_Unnikrishnan ,
Yes there is an option to click on the row, get the url in the new window and extract the ID.
But there are 5000 rows and if I click on each row, it will take a lot of time. I need to get IDs to build the correct url later.
@Rahul_Unnikrishnan yes, I can append the ID to the default url. And that’s exactly what I want to do. But the problem is that I can’t get the ID. There is no ID in the HTML code. I can see the ID only when I click on the row: I am redirected to another page and its url contains the ID.
Table Extraction does not work for the same reason: there is no A tag that contains the url.
The Angular Material library handles the Click event to generate the url and redirect to another page. I would like to know if anyone has already automated actions on websites developed with Angular Material.