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Interrogating Siebel

Updated on October 19, 2022

You will normally use a Web application when interrogating Siebel.

In some cases, Pega Robot Studio uses the Element ID match rule to match a Siebel control. In Siebel, web objects are assigned dynamic IDs. This means that even in test cases, an element may match the first few times, but may not match during automation or on a different machine. One workaround is using the Element Index match rule. For more information, see Match Rule types.

Siebel Match Rules

Use these match rules to match Siebel components:

  • SiebelControlName match rule – Used by Siebel specific controls. Here are some examples:
      • SiebelMultiValueControl

      • SiebelTextBox
  • SiebelAppletName match rule – Used to match a SiebelList

Siebel headings

The Siebel.GetHeading method lets Studio retrieve Siebel headings within a list. The method uses an integer column number as the argument and returns a string representing the heading for that column. The one-based column number cannot be less than or equal to zero and may not be greater than the number of columns for the list.

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