How to identify records from a table in application

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Re: How to identify records from a table in application

Post by varun » Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:49 am

Hello Markus,

I tried to work on this scenario and stuck in case where repo var not working for second time. This repo variable is used two times, 1) to click on edit link of Group and, 2) to click delete link of Group. It's not working for click on delete link of Group.
PFA its snapshot "VarGrpToDel_1026.png" and "Edit&DelLink_1026.png" for your reference and let me know if anywhere I am wrong.

Also tell me how can I drive RX to click on Delete link ?

Thanks in advance,
Varun.
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Re: How to identify records from a table in application

Post by varun » Mon Oct 29, 2012 6:25 am

Hello Support,

In wait of response from you! Please guide as per my last post, it will be really grateful to you.

Thanks & Regards,
Varun.

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Re: How to identify records from a table in application

Post by Support Team » Mon Oct 29, 2012 11:46 am

Hello Varun,

Did you get any error messages when you try to delete a group?

Is it possible to highlight the 'delete link' via repository?
Try to track this item via Spy and compare the RxPath with the RxPath in the repository.

I have seen that 2 elements (edit and delete link) in your repository have the same name.
It could lead to problems if items have the same name.
Could you try to rename the repository item 'DgrdEquipmentGroupsDollarctl03Dol' for one of your links?

In order to perform a mouse click on a repo item just drag & drop the desired repo item from the repository to your user code and execute 'Click()'.

Regards,
Markus (T)
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