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Selenium noob here with very little programming experience. I'm trying to automate the gathering of information from a website I use.

Basically, there's a series of clicks I need to make and for every run of the routine, I need to select the next value in a dropdown box. Can anyone point me to an example of a script that does what I'm trying to do? The script basically does this:

  1. Go to website
  2. Log in
  3. A few clicks to get me to the report I want
  4. Enter date range
  5. Select first value in dropdown box
  6. Series of clicks to run/save the report

Then loops back to step 3, selecting the next dropdown value for step 5 every run until the list is complete.

Any examples or tutorials would be really helpful.

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Selenium IDE has quite a few tutorials already around the web that could give you a good start on this. I think starting with watching a few of those and then coming back to SuperUser/StackOverflow with problems you are facing once you've attempted this might be a good idea. – Will.Beninger May 30 '13 at 14:30
    
working on that now - thanks! – Chris Nalberczinski May 30 '13 at 14:32
    
So I've got two separate test cases, but I still can't figure out the code to tell it to go back and select the next item on the dropdown list. Will keep watching videos and reading forums until I get it. Thanks. – Chris Nalberczinski May 31 '13 at 13:37

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