Hi failed to find the easy solution.. so had to choose difficult path. i spied on the first field and read the day. i found out which row or column does using the calculations and with the help of the index i choose the right row and column element. let me know if you still struggle i can send...
I suggest you to use the Business Object "Email - Exchanged Managed API" so you don need to spy on anything as there is a service to configure or you can write your own object and service with the below code
SetConfigurationParameters(UseWindowsCredentials, Username, Password...
Thanks Sachin thats why i did it in the first instance.. html mode - spying on single calendar element and passing the value as dynamic attribute.. it doesnt work..
not sure how to use inject Java Script..
Thanks sachin again for your help. I cant capture the calendar in HTML Spy mode. i can only spy on each individual element.
I did spy on one of the element and tried to pass the value , but it failed to select any date
attached screen shot for your reference.