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Harinee
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Harinee asked on 11 Mar 2015, 09:21 AM
Hi,

We have a Silverlight application hosting an iframe within it.

Finding element works well. But actions are giving me a tough time.
I am trying to click or scroll to an HTML element using :

1) Browser Actions:
Browser.Actions.ScrollToVisible(element);
Browser.Actions.Click(element);

This throws an exception.

2) Html control class 
element = frame.Find.ByExpression<HtmlInputRadioButton>("class=FICheckRadio");
element.InvokeEvent(ScriptEventType.OnClick);

This does highlight the radio button, and does not throw any exception. BUT does not actually click on the element.

Is there another way to act on the elements within HTML withing Silverlight?




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Harinee
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answered on 11 Mar 2015, 09:58 AM
Ha!
Resolved sooner than I thought.

element= frame.Find.ByAttributes<HtmlInputRadioButton>("class=FICheckRadio");
element.Check(true, true, true);

But wondering why element.InvokeEvent(ScriptEventType.OnClick) didn't work
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Ivaylo
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answered on 16 Mar 2015, 07:01 AM
Hello Harinee,

Glad to hear you were able to solve the problem experienced.

Regarding element.InvokeEvent(ScriptEventType.OnClick) not working, I guess this is expected, since this is supposed to trigger javascript event, not to perform actual click, check in your case.

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Harinee
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answered on 19 Mar 2015, 04:54 AM
Hi,

Thank you for the response.
Just one more question:
Technically, what is difference between element.Check(true, true) and element.Click(true)
in this case?
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Ivaylo
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answered on 19 Mar 2015, 01:27 PM
Hello Harinee,

The first boolean value is whether the radio button is checked, the second boolean value is whether to invoke on click event.

Refer to the screenshot attached for more clarity.

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