Compare and find desired result from a table

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I want to find account using last name as search filter. How to do that? Any suggestions.

Meanwhile i was trying this, Tried using accessibility mode where i select the first name once and then just change the y coordinate of the region and read the value, but i can't find any option to do that.

Any other approach is welcome.
Nov 12, 2018 in RPA by findingbugs
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Try doing simpler one first - reading the first name in the table.

1) Identify window using region mode

2) Specify a region in the window that contains the "name" field

3) Use the BluePrism OCR to read what's written there and check if that's the one that you're searching for.

If you'll have that exercise done, then you can think about reading the next names.

The simplest way to do that (and it's still not simple!) is

to have dynamic region, that will ask for "Start Y", "End Y", "Start X", "End X" parameters. That way, you can specify the parameters for that object and move it as you with. Then using a loop and basic math you can move that region to the next field in table.
answered Nov 12, 2018 by Priyaj
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