I build a UI WebApp flow and recorded my steps with the Selenium IDE tool.
So far so good.
For one specific process, I have a problem.
The problem is that I have to hit a 'run' button in a window.
Once the run button is hit a new window will kind of slide in.
It's not a pop out window (please see the screenprint below).
The problem with this 'slide in window' (as I just call it) is that I have to hit the OK button to run the function.
(I could also enter Alt+Enter)
Yet, the Selenium IDE tool does not seem to recognize the new window.
As a result, my flow fails at the time the run button is hit.
Does somebody have an idea how to overcome this problem?
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Sorry, I never met this issue, could you please tell us what's the portal are you using? So I could have a try to reproduce it.
And there is the command of the Selenium IDE, maybe it could help you something:
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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Hi Lin Tu,
I can possibly show you the problem even if you don't have a D365FO system available.
Not sure whether this is common to do a screenshare?!
Would that be possible?
I believe the problem is related to all D365 products not only FO.
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