i also tried to use elementID in selector "<mbl android:className='android.view.View' elementId='8c828f2a-4c30-4752-8473-11ec318b5977' />"
but the activities are executed with no error, but also with no action…
I’m using Studio 2022.10 and MobileAutomation Package 22.10.1
Thanks Alvin for the hint, i tried that before, but the fuzzy selector found the wrong element.
But now i only slightly changed the regex: accessibilityId='VKP
2,65 €' → accessibilityId='VKP
*' instead if accessibilityId=‘VKP*’.
with the additional “
” uipath was able to find the element.
I am working on mobile device,
using activity “get text” for mobile automation,
i understand that wildcard does not work for mobile automation,
so i try to do regex inside selector,
inside the strict selector i used variable and regex as shown below,
yes, you should activate the fuzzy selectors, here you can use wildcards. In my case the expression without linebreaks were not working, hence i left then in the expression. that was working. Take a look on my prev. post and the explanation of alvin
N.B.: remove from the static selector the dynamic part, just the className attribute