thank you for your reply. This is exactly what I want. But what is the next step? Your code only opens the filter. I need to type some text into the first filter field (it is bound to a string model property in my case). I tried the following code to find this input but with no luck (result was null):
HtmlInputText filterValue = myManager.ActiveBrowser.Find.ByExpression<HtmlInputText> (
HtmlInputText filterValue = span.Find.ByExpression<HtmlInputText> (
I was already able to click then the "Filter" button, but wit no filter value the whole exercise is still useless.
PS: I still fight against massive stability problems (test crash in the middle of the run, Html Elements (mostly entries of comboboxes or listboxes) are found in one run but not in the next run (or vise versa) without changes in both, website and test code. Website to test is installed on a second independent virtual machine.
Have you any suggestions to setup a stable testing maschine with testing framework (Windows Version, Additional Tools, VS2010 or VS2013, ...)