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document.getElementsByTagName() not working

Post by Archana on Wed Sep 02, 2009 5:59 pm

Hi,
In my web application,
alert(document.getElementsByTagName('table')[5].rows.length), alert is coming fine with no.of rows of table,
but if I execute,
store | javascript{document.getElementsByTagName('table')[5].rows.length} | size is giving document.getElementsByTagName("table")[5] is undefined error, how can I store no.of rows of a table?
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