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sammy1983

Unable to read text of Combobox GUI

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Hi,

Feeling great to enter Forum once again. Need help.

I have created a Combobox GUI and populated few items in it. Now when I choose any of the items and click on "Submit", same is not getting selected on a webpage's list box. I have provided both the screenshots here for reference. After little research I found out that only Combobox value can be retrieved and not the actual text. Is it true? If yes, is there any way that I can match these 2 strings? I have not provided any code here as I don't know which one to use to read Combobox text. Please help.

 

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How are you trying to select the item on the webpage? What browser are you using?

Did you retrieve the names/id's of the combobox in the webpage?

You have to get those, and combine them with your combobox..know what i mean?


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Thanks for the eye-opener John. Struggled a bit in placing the code. Now working like a charm. Another awesome learning experience. Thanks a ton again.

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