Hi @artem.kuznetsov thanks again for your reply.
I tried this approach before, but unfortunately did not solve my particular challenge. XPATH will be very dynamic, it will depend on a series of different test input parameters that make XPATH completely different, that’s why I believe the best option will be using the HTML Table Add-On to identify the table (which has dynamic identifiers also) and then navigate to the row that contains the specific text, then click on the checkbox that is on a particular column.
I have another question related to this particular Add-on, action ‘Search text’ :
- is it possible to identify the cell that has only the exact text typed in the ‘Search by Name’ text box and not the first one that contains the text.
For instance I would like to get the second row. ‘Search text’ is returning the first row, because ‘all workers’ contains ‘workers’ …