The answer to this question is probably the difference between my company expanding use of Pingdom vs terminating use of Pingdom.
I have many links in a hierarchical structure. Using Inspect + Copy Selector shows that 2 of these are differentiated as follows:
#mainContent > div > div.find-wrap.clearfix > div.find-column.first > div > ul > li:nth-child(1) > a
#mainContent > div > div.find-wrap.clearfix > div.find-column.first > div > ul > li:nth-child(2) > a
I would like the webcheck to go to a specific one of these and retrieve data.
However putting this command into a webcheck does not work:
Click #mainContent > div > div.find-wrap.clearfix > div.find-column.first > div > ul > li:nth-child(2) > a
Can a Pingdom check get me where I want to go? If not, what is the ETA on addressing?
Solved! Go to Solution.
yes, for a transaction check.
step 1-- go to site
step 2-- login in
step 3-- go to certain area of site through however many steps
--- this is the portion where getting some places is challenging.
---is it possible to use the href rather than the selector for clicking? --- I know I want to go here next (href="https://thwack.solarwinds.com/BalSheet/IETrends.aspx?entity=3782) , it is just the hierarchy that is causing confusion for Pingdom.
step 4-- validate something
step 5-- logout
This should work. Would you mind if I reach out to you directly on Monday? We also having something in the works that will make our transaction checks much easier to build.
SolarWinds solutions are rooted in our deep connection to our user base in the THWACK® online community. More than 150,000 members are here to solve problems, share technology and best practices, and directly contribute to our product development process. Learn more today by joining now.