You cannot think of any scenario where this could be needed?
I have a bank website, I need to download 46 different statements placed on different accounts luckily using the same user. All accounts is listed, but I cannot simply search out each one by filtering.
Because I cannot change the match rule:
Now I need to interrogate all 46 lines on the same page, because I only have the account number, the remaining ID/html is random generated and i'm only interested in a unique match.
have a switch that select which of the 46 objects it need to wait for and click on.
With dynamic match rule:
I could retrieve it directly from excel / script, pass to a stringUtil, and then change the match rule to fit, click the button.
3-4 stages compared to 46 * 2 stages.
Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 3 Jul 2018 4:20 EDT
Ujjwal Kumar Shukla (UjjwalShukla_GCS)
Senior Manager, Technical Support
Is this something that will become available? I have a similar situation that being able to dynamically update the match rules would reduce allot of extra work. I have 22 check boxes which ones are checked depends on information that is gathered earlier in the automation. Being able to update the value of the match rule so you could hook into the next control using a loop would be far easier and efficient than setting up a switch.