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Selectors in Studio

This course covers the concept and types of selectors in UiPath, the UI Explorer, the Property Explorer, where to use them, and how to fine-tune selectors in difficult situations.
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  • June 05, 2022
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Course details

Difficulty Level

Intermediate

Language

English

Completion time

03:00:00

Product covered

Studio

About the Selectors in Studio Training 

In this course, we will learn about the main targeting method for UI Automation activities: Selectors. We'll first get familiar with the concept, then we'll get to more in-depth topics, such as the types of selectors: Full Selectors and Partial Selectors, the UI Explorer, the Property Explorer, and fine-tuning selectors to handle different situations. 

Product Alignment: This course was built using the 2021.10 product version of UiPath Studio and is applicable to newer versions as well. 

 

Prerequisites for Selectors in Studio course   

  • Basic programming knowledge 
  • The Get Started with RPA Development course 
  • The Variables and Arguments course 
  • Control Flow in Studio course 
  • The UI Automation with Studio course 
  • DataTable and Excel Automation course 

 

Course Audience 

The Selectors in Studio course is aimed at RPA developers. 

 

Selectors in Studio Training Agenda 

  • Introducing selectors  
  • The UI Explorer and the Property Explorer 
  • Types of Selectors: Full and Partial  
  • Fine-tuning selectors: Wildcards, Variables, and Index Variables 
  • Managing difficult situations involving selectors 

 

Selectors in Studio Training Objectives 

At the end of this course, you should be able to: 

  • Explain a selector and its structure. 
  • Explain various types of selectors and their settings when automating. 
  • Describe how to explore the attributes of User Interface element. 
  • Explain various approaches to fine-tune selectors to make them reliable. 
  • Fine-tune selectors to improve element identification precision.