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Object Clonning In Automation Anywhere 10.5






Scenario




Picture showing the new mail window in outlook

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Example




  1. First, drag and drop object cloning and you will get following window
  2. Picture showing the object clonning popup window

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  3. Select the window from the ‘Select Window’ drop down. In this case, we have ‘Untitled - Message (HTML)’
  4. Picture showing selecting the window in the object clonning popup window

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  5. Click on ‘Capture’ button and hold the mouse. Automation anywhere will take you to ‘Untitled - Message (HTML)’ window where you can go to ‘To’ textbox and release the mouse. Automation anywhere will highlight the border into Red color to indicate which field is selected.
  6. Once you release the mouse, object details get populated.
  7. Picture showing the object details once the object is captured

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  8. Click on ‘Expand Search Criteria’ icon
  9. Picture showing a button to expand search criteria

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  10. Following window will appear
  11. Picture showing the search criteria of the object clonning window

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  12. Click on ‘Ok’.
  13. The window got closed. In the ‘Object Cloning’ window, select the option ‘Set Text’ from dropdown ‘Select Action to Perform’.
  14. A field ‘Text To Set’ will appear where you can enter the email Id.
  15. Picture showing the object clonning window

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  16. Click on ‘Save’ and run the task. You will get following output.
  17. Picture showing the new mail window with email address

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Best Practices For Object Cloning




  1. In display settings, the value of ‘Change the size of text, apps and other items to 100%.
  2. In display settings, resolution should be 1366 X 768.
  3. Picture showing the display settings to set the resolution

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  4. If you using online PDFs, .net or ajax components then check the checkbox ‘Legacy Technology’.
  5. Picture showing the legacy technology checkbox of the object clonning window

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Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
 
Posted On  -  Friday, October 26, 2018
 
Updated On  -  Friday, December 28, 2018

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