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I am not able to retrieve the downloaded Excel file name

Hi Team,

I am trying to retrieve the downloaded excel file name through Tosca using powershell but I am not able to find a concrete solution for the same.

I have tried the solution given under https://support.tricentis.com/community/article.do?number=KB0013559. The "clip" command mentioned under the solution given does not work everytime. Has anybody tried any other solution for this? 

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Vatan Kondawar

Created: 2019-03-14 14:20:23

Hi Aditi,

Thank you for your request.

I see in the screenshot that you have used Actionmode Buffer for the "clip" Argument and in the KB it is Input. Could you change it to Input and see if that helps.

If still any issues attach the screenshot of the error message and full screenshot of the test case.

 

Thank you,

Vatan

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