In the browser opened via Studio Pro, searches for an iframe by the specified selector and saves the found result with a specific number. To interact with elements inside the iframe in the other activities from the 'Browser' section, the tab and iframe number must be specified.
The 'Attributes', 'CSS Selector' and 'XPath' sections enables you to identify the element to interact with. One of the above three methods needs to be chosen in order to set the element selector.
As soon as an element is picked, this Browser Picker window opens. This indicates that the element was found and recognized. You can also set the element name here as well.
Expand the Advanced options menu or the selector of the indicated element. It contains the Iframe tab with its own attributes and values which represent the hierarchy of how the interface element is developed. You can check or uncheck the attributes to achieve better accuracy or stability of interaction with the element.
Calculate: This option allows you to pass the value through a previously declared variable.
Contains: This option allows you to define the attribute that contains the string as part of the value.
This parameter allows you to specify the name of the tab that you want the bot to interact with. The name of the tab is assigned in the "Open URL" activity.
Set a value allows you to manually specify the name of the tab.
Calculate a value allows you to use a special formula or a special method to determine the name of the tab.
Save the previous step result takes the result of the previous workflow action as the name of the tab.
Use tab name in order
This checkbox allows you to specify a sequential number of a tab in the browser. It is worth using if a new tab opens not manually, but automatically after clicking on some element.
In this parameter, you specify the number for the found IFrame element.
Contains an annotation to the activity. The input text will be displayed above the activity name.