In my scenario i'm clicking on a link which opens another tab.
In new tab, I am doing some operation and again i want to switch to first tab, do some operation on first tab again switch to new tab.
A great question WDeLugo.
As you know the "tabs" you see in your browser translate into different windows in eValid.
The reason eValid does this is to emphasize that child-windows are really independent, and we have found in practice that it is very valuable to have all of the windows already separated.
That's easier than stripping them off from a collection of tabs.
There is a command that will bring any window/sub-window (tab) into focus.
The command is:
But so will most eValid commands, where bringing the window into focus is a normal action and done will automatically.
There is also a special command that will bring a particular element into the "in focus" state:
ElementFocus wid idx "id" "visible_text" "frame-path' [NAV]
which sends an "element Focus" event to the specified HTML element.
If the NAV tag is present then eValid enters into the page navigation synchronization mode.
-- eValid Support