Hello guys, i am working to automate a task in this application called ELO JavaClient. Is about invoice processing.
But it seems that UiPath cant detect the elements within this menu. Instead captures it as a whole large screen.
Does this mean automation cant happen with this application?
Can you restart the machine and check it. For me also same issue occurs and I restart the VM and it’s working fine
Do you use the same application as mine? because Uipath works very well with other apps but not with this one…
Not exactly as same as your application.
Could you try to restart
I restarted the VM still the same behavior, should I tell my boss this cant be done then?
You can select using Region and try.
Can you show me one screenshot please of this activity, thank you so much for all your time.
You can use Click Activity or Click Image Activity to select the values
- Try to indicate the element on the screen.
- Drag the mouse pointer to the value want to select
Do also check if you are inspecting with a different selector extractor (Recording technology - UIA, AA or default). I mean when you inspect, click on f4 and check if all approaches result in the same limitations.
Did you install the Java extension?
If not, install it, restart your app and UiPath and try again.
P.S. Everything can be done with UiPath, you just have to find the way
Some cases I have to remove 30-40 items using this x button.
I don’t think don’t 100 items where each of has 40 items with no particular distinctive element.
Click image in this case is the same but the index of the row changes…hence I am still stuck.
Thank You guys
Yes I have installed the Extension and still doesn’t work.
Try to switch to modern design, see if the modern activities help you more than the classic ones.
The hard way is to parse all the children of that frame and do your stuff, but it can be a nightmare.
Thank you for your answer.
Modern design yields the same results, useless.
How can I parse all the children of the frame?
Hi @Hurmet_Noka ,
The Java Extension is installed correctly, the problem is that the element you are trying to spy is a JFXPanel, which enables rendering JavaFX controls inside an AWT (Swing) based application. I am pretty sure we don’t have yet support for this kind of scenario, so I recommend searching for alternatives, for now.
Thank You for your Answer.
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