RCA.Activities.IE.Click

Description

The Click activity is used to send a click action into a webpage.

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(* for Mandatory)

In the body of activity

  • Pick target element - Chooses the field to select the item. This activity will generate a string variable (Selector) to specify the location of that field.

Properties

Common

  • Continue On Error (Boolean) - A Boolean variable has two possible values: True or False. True: allows the rest of the process to continue the execution even if an error occurs within the activity. False (default): blocks the process from continuing the execution.
  • Timeout MS (Int32)- The maximum amount of time (in milliseconds) to wait for the activity to run before an error is thrown. If the timeout expires, the activity will terminate. Default value: 30000 (milliseconds).
    Ex: 30000

Input

  • Mouse Button (Dropdown List) – Select the action to click
    ・LEFT - Sets the action to click using the left mouse button.
    ・RIGHT – Sets the action to click using the right mouse button.
    ・MIDDLE – Sets the action to click using the middle mouse button.
  • Selector (String)* - String of characters that identifies the element to be clicked on the IE browser.

Options

  • From Elements (IEElement) - Element to be referred to when searching for the desired element. Only IEElement variable type accepted.
  • Virtual Click (Checkbox) - Check if the virtual click is the desired method of clicking

Misc

  • Public (Checkbox) - Check if you want to publicize it. Remember to consider data security requirements before using it.
  • Display Name (String) - The name of this activity. You can edit the name of the activity to organize and structure your code better.
    Ex: [215266456] Click

Target

  • Scroll Height (Number) - Scroll before getting the element. To input a number equals to the amount of pixels to scroll vertically. A negative value is to scroll upwards, a positive value is to scroll downwards.
    Ex: 20
  • Scroll IntoView (Checkbox) - If selected, the screen will automatically scroll to the desired element on the screen.
  • Scroll Width (Number) - Scroll before getting the element. To input a number equals to the amount of pixels to scroll horizontally. A negative value is to scroll to the leftwards, a positive value is to scroll rightwards.
    Ex: 20

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