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Thread: How can we parameter a Web link

  1. #1
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    Sep 2007

    How can we parameter a Web link

    How can we parameterize the link? The scanarios is as follows:

    1) Clink on a link and enter the page
    2) there will be table which contains the fields like "UsedID,Address,ZIP"
    3) Close the page

    How can we automate this scenario?

    Thanks in advance.

  2. #2
    Junior Member
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    Sep 2007

    Re: How can we parameter a Web link

    Can anyone please solve the above Scenario

  3. #3
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    Mar 2008

    Re: How can we parameter a Web link

    hai that the link in a table..if its in a table then u can use the getcelldata...and click on the link...becoz the link will always appear in a particular cell...

  4. #4
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    Oct 2007

    Re: How can we parameter a Web link

    Hi Iliaz,

    can you please explain as to why you are looking at parameterizing the Link.
    Coz I guess the Link name is going to remain the same for every iteration.

    Incase you are talking of different links existing and clicking on each would lead to page with a Table displaying some fields, I guess it makes sense to parameterize the link click action.

    NOTE : Only incase all the specified links occur in the same page, would you make sense to parameterize.

    Include all Link Object names into your Local or Global Datasheet. The remaining operation prior to clicking and after clicking the link will remain the same.

    The syntax would be - Browser("").Page("").Link(DataTable("ColumnName",dtLocalSheet)

    You could also add checkpoints or simply use getCellData to validate the fields displayed in the webpages resulting from clicking on the links.

    Let me know if this is what you are looking at.


  5. #5
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    Mar 2008

    Re: How can we parameter a Web link

    'Assume that the names of WebLinks present in the page are stored in 'LnkName' unser LocalSheet
    'As we can identify the Weblink Using its 'name' property

    set Lnk = Description.Create
    Lnk("micClass").Value = "Link"

    rcnt = DataTable.GetRowCount

    For i = 1 to rcnt
    Lnk("name").Value = DataTable("lnkName",dtLocalSheet)
    'Copy The values in Table and store in dataTable
    'Close the Window

  6. #6
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    Dec 2007

    Re: How can we parameter a Web link

    I need some information about passing the dynamic value in to weblink.
    Mine is a web application. The script what i have is like this:
    In which the data DC4303788" in Link method will get changed dynamically. I am able to get the value "DC4303788" in to a variable using getROproperty method. Now, instead of placing the value DC4303788 in to link method, i want to pass the variable where the value DC4303788 which i have.

    Is it possible to pass any dynamic value into link method?
    Pls help me out in this.

  7. #7
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    Apr 2008

    Re: How can we parameter a Web link

    Hai friend,

    Just try this

    Method 1

    dynamic1=Browser("Login").Page("Application").Frame("ScopeFrame").Link("html tag:=A").GetRoProperty("innertext")

    Method 2

    Use regular expression.

    Here I assume all link name is starting with DC so I am adding regular expression given below


    Let me know if any issues exists


  8. #8
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    Jan 2008

    Re: How can we parameter a Web link


    I have similar dynamic link issue where the name of the link changes.i tried both the ways u said but none of them worked for me . when i used the first method

    Link("html tag:=A").GetRoProperty("text")

    I see an error General Run time error (2147220989)

    when i tried the second method i get this error

    The "COPY.*" Link object was not found in the Object Repository.
    Check the Object Repository to confirm that the object exists or to find the correct name for the object.

    Can you please let me know how to fix the error.Thank you


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