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There is a trick for menu items like this. Usually, you can use test methods to right-click on a control in order to generate the menu. Then you should be able to interrogate menu items with the bulls-eye.
You won't be able to capture those items specifically by right-clicking them. Check the Web Controls tab to see if you can locate them. From there, you can add them to Object Explorer. It is likely that those are Hyperlinks (A tags) and are present even without the right-click.
I am trying to automate Mouse Right click on GridView Row using SendKeys Shift+F10 but it does not work for windows application. Even Add Context Menu Items also not showing the options (which comes through Right click on any of the row on Grid view).please provide solution for Windows(Java Swing) Application.
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