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Enhanced Selectors

Enhanced Selectors enable you to write flexible selectors, bringing reliability and fault tolerance while decreasing debugging time. Learn more in this course.
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  • April 15, 2022
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Enhanced Selectors

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Course details

Difficulty Level

Intermediate

Language

English

Completion time

00:20:00

Product covered

Studio

About Enhanced Selectors Course 

This intermediate course covers how users can use enhanced selectors in Studio to write flexible selectors, bringing reliability and fault tolerance to environment/application UI changes. You will learn how to assess whether an enhanced selector is needed, use the RegEx search capabilities, use the fuzzy search capabilities, and use non-greedy search capabilities in Studio to perform a range of functions.  

The Enhanced Selectors course is of intermediate difficulty level, so it’s recommended you have some prior experience using UiPath Studio. It only takes 20 minutes to complete, and you will be given a Diploma of Completion once you’ve finished. Our in-depth video tutorial breaks down everything you need to know in detail, and you can even find a preview on this page if you want to learn more.  

Get started using enhanced selectors in Studio today with training from our in-house experts.  

 

Enhanced Selectors Course Audience  

The Enhanced Selectors Course is for RPA developers with knowledge of UiPath Studio. 

 

Enhanced Selectors Course Learning Objectives 

This course covers how users can use enhanced selectors in Studio to write flexible selectors. You will also learn how to assess whether an enhanced selector is needed using a range of different tools available in UiPath Studio. After finishing the course, you should be able to: 

  • Assess whether an enhanced selector is needed
  • Use the RegEx search capabilities in selectors to identify multiple target element 
  • Use the fuzzy search capabilities in selectors to locate strings based on a pattern
  • Use the non-greedy search capabilities in selectors to identify the target element from a pool of similar applications.  

 

If you would like to gain more experience using Studio before taking this course or have sat the course and want to further your experience, we have a great selection of related courses and resources available in the UiPath academy. Try Working With Data in Studio, or click the ‘Related Courses’ tab to see all your options.