Getting following error when using set text command to web element. "Pipe handle has not been set. did your pipestream implementation call initializehandle?"
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the "Element Not Found" exception indicates that the bot was unable to find the web element based on the indicated search criteria. Make sure that you are enabling the appropriate "Element Search Parameters" and that the parameter value matches the site's element.
Usually the search parameter is set by indicating the targeted element�s xpath on the Xpath field. The xpath can be modified as needed by using the site�s HTML information, also variables and wildcards can be included.
The search criteria can be easily extracted through the Native Element Recorder. Another option is to obtain the xpath manually, by inspecting the element on your web browser.
I have done the above steps. But still getting an error "Element not found". Help me on this.
please reference the following guide: NativeRecorder_SetupGuide
I'm using Native browser commands. How can I setup chrome extension properly? please help me on this.
Thanks. Nisala Chamath Jayasinghe
Please, let me know if you are using the Selenium Browser Commands or the Native Browser Commands. If you are using the latter, the shared error indicates that the Chrome Extension has not been setup properly.
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