diandiand163

How to click the next button FOR FF.au3

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<td id="btnGroupSet" class="user-flowbtn ">
<input id="nextstep1" class="btn2 active user-flowbtnmargin" type="button" value="下一步"/>
<input id="btnOK" class="btn2" type="submit" onclick="return CheckAll(this,$(this));" value="新建产品信息" name="btnOK"/>
</td>
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No response,The following code:

 

_FFFormSubmit   ("下一步","value")

 

 

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<td id="btnGroupSet" class="user-flowbtn ">
<input id="nextstep1" class="btn2 active user-flowbtnmargin" type="button" value="下一步"/>
<input id="btnOK" class="btn2" type="submit" onclick="return CheckAll(this,$(this));" value="新建产品信息" name="btnOK"/>
</td>

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How to click Next ?

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@diandiand163,

Please stop making posts and topics and wait till somebody is willing to look at your question and answer it.

Jos


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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

<td id="btnGroupSet" class="user-flowbtn ">
<input id="nextstep1" class="btn2 active user-flowbtnmargin" type="button" value="NEXT"/>
<input id="btnOK" class="btn2" type="submit" onclick="return CheckAll(this,$(this));" value="product" name="btnOK"/>
</td>

Please USE FF.AU3

How to click the "NEXT" button?

Edited by diandiand163

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@diandiand163,

Consider this your final warning: Stop making new threads or posts on the same topic and give people time to read and respond when they wish.

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You could try something like this:

_FFXPath("//input[@id='btnOK']")

If @error = $_FF_ERROR_Success Then
    _FFCmd("FFau3.xpath.onclick()")
EndIf

 

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