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Silk does not identify a link on our web application
It sees it as an HTMLTextField even if it is a visible link that I can click on manually. When I write in the script
it does not click it.
Has anyone had similar experiences?
Is it because of the HTML pages being generated by our developers or is it Silk's problem?
Any input will be appreciated.
Re: Silk does not identify a link on our web application
I got same problem two times, and each time was different solution:
1, check INC file and check that you have that page or link.I record INC file,but after that developer make change to that page,so I have to record that page again in INC file.
2,take properties of that link and compare with LINK CLICK statement.
3, put sleep(x) where x is in sec to bring the page
May be it will help