This is part of why I wanted a SS to see the actual selection, ie. when you’re moused over the link you want to click). The reference image in your SS above makes it seem like you may not selecting the actual link. That being said, it seems like you’re expecting the URL to be somewhere in UI Explorer Selector and there’s a good chance it won’t be.
Keep in mind, the selector you choose is just a way for you to describe to the UI Path how to choose which element to select; to click - which means it probably wont have the actual link to select. You’re just trying to simulate clicking on an element and the UI Path selector is simply the address to point the mouse, and trigger the click event. It may look nothing like a link depending on how it is coded - so it probably wont match the final URL or event a Mozilla Developer Tools inspect element - so you may be misunderstanding the href and its meaning in this context.
i.e. I have this page:
and I use UI Explorer to select the “Tables” link and get
but if I get the actual link by hovering over, it is
But that link shows nowhere in the selector - but when I run the above click activity with the selector like the image, the bot properly clicks on the link.
So, you should not be worrying about making anything match the link, like id?103 or whatever - just use the selectors and it should work. That’s I mentioned in the beginning - you don’t need the link. This is being handled server side; simply emulate the click. UI Path simulates a person interacting with a session by clicking on things and typing into boxes, etc.