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Set multiple dropdowns with no Name\ID

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I have to set three dropdowns within a table, as well as enter text into a text box, and then click a submit button.

None of these things have a name or ID.

They are inside a table with ID ="Table"

The dropdowns have class="dropdown"

the textbox has class="textbox"

the button has class="submit"

Can anyone provide guidance, Thanks

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this is html, right?

You have to logically get the proper tr, then get the proper td within the row (which houses the dropdown, textbox, etc), then get that td's control by class.

So you won't directly get the control, you must navigate to it through the html.


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Thanks for the Response. Yes, this is in html.

Could you write a quick snippet of how what you explain would work?

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

sure, but not for a while send the table tag, so i can id it, and let me know which column data you want to search by, and waht data to look for in that column

Edited by jdelaney

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I would use _IETagNameGetCollection and specify the appropriate indexes for each.

Dale


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