First line of the UserCode:
Dim table As Table = "/dom[@caption='EDIT SOLUTIONS - Case Tracking - Contract']//table[#'ContractDialogTableModel']"
The element does not support the required capability 'table'.
at Ranorex.Adapter..ctor(Element element) at Ranorex.Table.op_Implicit(String path) at Claims.Claims.Search.test1() in C:\Users\narmand\Desktop\NewProjects\Claims\Search.UserCode.vb:line 38 at Claims.Claims.Search.Run() in C:\Users\narmand\Desktop\NewProjects\Claims\Search.vb:line 114 at Ranorex.Core.Testing.TestSuiteModule.RunInternal(DataContext parentDataContext)
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If this is a web page, try using a TableTag object instead, as that is what the actual element is.
I don't know why Ranorex does it this way, but I would think if it was a TableTag, you should use "tabletag" in the RanoreXPath in order to avoid ambiguity.
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dim table as TableTag = "/dom[@caption='EDIT SOLUTIONS - Case Tracking - Contract']//table[#'ContractDialogTableModel']"
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