This command has same issue which I mentioned above as well, i.e. it returns window title of only active window. I have 2 IE open in first I have searched 'Test' in search box and navigated to search page. The title for it is – 'test - Google Search - Internet Explorer'
2nd browser I have just launched google.com, the title for this is – 'Google - Internet Explorer'
When I check my task manager I am able to see both title clearly as in screenshot –
However when I check on cmd with command - tasklist /v /fo csv | findstr /i "iexplore.exe" I am able to see only 1 window title, rest shows NA.
Please suggest a way so that I can get all window titles for a process (like iexplore.exe) so that we can match title exactly and then pick up PID and use it to attach. PID is probably a good way of attaching as it will be unique but to get PID is a challenge here. Also any provision on BP to capture PID at time of launching application might help?
If I have one IE opened with any website manually and I haven't closed it.
Now running a simple business object to launch google.com, type in search box doesn't work, attach was successful however not able to find text box.
When same object tried after closing other IE with any website open, then this object works perfect. Not sure if there are some issues with multiple instances of same application (in this case IE) open at a time.
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