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Tokci123 Absent Member.
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How to click on a link in a specific row of dynamically loaded table.

Hi All
I have a table similar to below in a WPF application.
 
 
 
Table is dynamically loaded based on latest data.
I need to click on 'Default' ( Link) for specific row.
 
e.g. I need to click on 'Default' link for Trump1 , Trump2 row.
 
How should I do it? All locators of default links are same and I cannot differentiate between them.
Is there any I can append First Name locator to Default to figure out which locator to click?
 
Tokci
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Micro Focus Expert
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RE: How to click on a link in a specific row of dynamically loaded table.

Hi Tokci,

I would recommend reviewing the following links, which discuss creating stable locators:

community.microfocus.com/.../11067

community.microfocus.com/.../creating-stable-locators-with-silktest

For example, a potential stable locator for your example table could be:

//TABLE//TD[@textContents='Trump1']/..//A[@textContents='Default']

I hope this helps.

Regards
Robert
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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

RE: How to click on a link in a specific row of dynamically loaded table.

Hi Tokci,

with Silk Test 19.0 or later, you can also use the following-sibling to click on such table cells.

 

The locator would look like: //TABLE//TD[@textContents='Trump1']/following-sibling::A[@textContents='Default']

 

For additional info, see Locator Syntax.

Best Regards,

Basilios Will
Technical Author


Micro Focus

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