Updated February 6th 2018.
A Navigate Web building block is used to navigate to a different web address (URL), refresh the current page or use the browser’s back or forward functions.
Please note that this block only works with browser windows that were previously opened using the Start Web Browser block and next Web building block start executing on the new page when client-side event ‘DOMReady’ is fired.
Fully expanded, the Navigate Web block shows the following properties:
The Block Header (“Navigate Web”)
The green input connector in the header is used to trigger the block to start executing.
The green output connector in the header triggers when the desired navigation action, such as navigating to a new web address (URL), has been completed.
The title of the block (“Navigate Web”) can be changed by double-clicking on it and typing in a new title.
Select which navigation action to perform on the current web browser window:
Web address (URL)
The web address (URL) to be navigated to. Can contain tokens for field values (added below).
Right-click and select “Insert token” to insert one or more field tokens.
Fields that enable the use of external values in the text to find.
To use the value of an added field, right-click the text field above where the text can be entered and select “Insert token” and then insert this field’s name.
Fields can be renamed by double-clicking on them. The tokens will change their visual appearance accordingly.
Add a field to be used in the text.
By setting this property, the building block will use a specific browser window.
This green output connector triggers if the navigation action was not completed, such as a specified web address (URL) not being loaded within the timeout defined (see below).
The maximum time spent for performing the navigation action before giving up and triggering “Timeout occurred” (see above).
The default value is 10 seconds.
Note: All cases have a “global timeout” that can be configured in the “Settings” panel. This is unrelated to the timeout of a single building block. However, a running case will automatically be cancelled if it runs for longer than the global timeout.