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Website don't generate one form when run from HP OO

Hello,

I am working on automatisation for log into one website, which is generated dynamicly. I have a PowerShell Script that open new instance of Internet Explorer, go to my site and try to log in (via login, password and security code). When I run this script outside OO it's work perfectly. But when I use step "PowerShell Script" in HP OO 9.07 website don't generate security code form. 

So there are my questions:

  • Which version of PS HP OO 9.07 use?
  • Is there any possibility to change version/way of running script?
  • Is there any other way to do this?

I even try to run this script as outside file from flow, but it's don't work (still don't generate security code form).

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Re: Website don't generate one form when run from HP OO

Hi, 

Did you get any errors while running the script from the OO flow? 

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Re: Website don't generate one form when run from HP OO

Hi,

After running this script I've receive Property 'value' cannot be found on this object; make sure it exists and is
settable. error. It's occur in this line: $addpassword2.value = $password2; 

I've save source code of opened by HP OO site into *.txt file and I realized that there is no code for password2.

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