Find Browser Window
Finds the browser window or browser tab that was opened in browser opened by Wizlink® and controls it. Allows you to give it a new custom internal name.
Fill in the custom browser window name (the old one). Fill in the new custom browser window name. Fill in the URL textbox - it could be only the beginning of the URL, but must be unique among all windows opened by Wizlink®. To get a list of all open tabs declare a variable (type: array of strings) and put it in Output part of properties window.
|Parameter name||Parameter Type||In/Out||Description|
|Alternative Scenario If Failed||Boolean||Input||checkbox; default is "on"|
|Browser window name||String||Input||custom internal name for particular browser window, in order to use in Wizlink®|
|DisplayName||Literal||Input||you can change the name of activity for greater clarity of the scenario|
|New Browser Window Name||String||Input||new custom internal name for that particular browser window|
|Retry timeout [s]||Double||Input||waiting time until the activity will execute: 1. any negative value means try once, if you fail – set Result to False and finish activity; 2. “0” means try until you get the effect; 3. any positive value is time in seconds in which the activity will persist trying until successful or the time elapses, if failed – set Result to False and finish activity|
|URL||String||Input||Uniform Resource Locator, most commonly: website address you want to use|
|Open Tabs||String||Output||variable to store the retrieved value|
|Result||Boolean||Output||returns the Boolean value: it will return True if no error is in activity, otherwise it will return False|
|Result Code||Int32||Output||Result Code will return 0 if there is no error in activity, otherwise in most cases it will return 1, the extended result code will show only in several chosen activities|