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Getting unique tags for web pages with identical names
I have two web pages that have the same name, "onExchange: Place Order",
are derived from the same winclass,
TraderDesk, but are distinct pages with very different UI elements. When I just leave the tag parameter with the default declaration, 'tag "onExchange: Place Order"', the declarations of the two pages collide and the UI elements don't resolve correctly when using the 'Windows Identifiers' function. I've talked to Segue tech support and they've indicated I need to use unique UI declarations in the tag instead of the default tag, 'tag "onExchange: Place Order"',
to have the pages resolve correctly.
However, when I use this tag the pages do not resolve the declarations with the 'Windows Identifiers' function at all.
identifier with new tag: BrowserPage.HtmlHeading("Place Order|^Account:|#3")
identifier with old tag: PlaceOrderOrderDetails.PlaceOrderHeader
Is the syntax correct? Can I use multitags here? Is there another way to attack this problem?
Re: Getting unique tags for web pages with identical names
I've tested some sites where every page has the same caption. In this situation, either don't record the declarations and refer to the objects dynamically (because of the problem you've run into), or have the developers change the page title on one of the pages.
Hope this helps
John W Green