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solution to click a radio button that has a dynamic id.

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solution to click a radio button that has a dynamic id.

Post by Adviser on Wed Nov 11, 2009 8:01 pm


If you want to handle element that having dynamic value generated at run time.

Use the following commands:

storeAttribute| path of area where radiobutton placed @ id| variableName

Now you have dynamic id of that element . Use that value to click on it.

click| ${variableName}

By this way u can handle the element. Best of luck.


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Re: solution to click a radio button that has a dynamic id.

Post by susbarefoot on Fri Apr 30, 2010 3:32 am

The part that's giving me trouble is the "path of area where radiobutton placed @ id". In my case, it is a check box that exists at the front of the row. I know the text that appears in the row of my check box, and I can click anywhere in the row to check the box. The table has a dynamic number of rows so the check box gets a new id every time the page loads. I guess I'm just having trouble with the concept of an Element Locator.


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