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Recording WindowDeclarations for multiple Tabs in a single Window

Recording WindowDeclarations for multiple Tabs in a single Window

·A page in my web application is structured with 10 tabs, each tab has different elements like textbox,checkbox,option etc,
·I recorded window declarations for each tab by highlighting them
·So my inc file has 10 browser windows,
·By using window identifier I tried to identify elements,  I found each element is recognized as custom controls(classes)
·Can anyone give me right approach in handling this complex page though previous pages are straight forward with no tabs

RE: Recording WindowDeclarations for multiple Tabs in a single Window


Try to get the contents dynamically , by using GetContents functions, or GetChildren, and you should be getting child windows in that. Search for your required childwindow , and check out its class, if it is text box ,
childwindow.SetText(" ") should work.

Do lemme know if u have any problems....

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