This can be achieved by using three ATS actions:
First, you need to find the element that contains the job#. You can use one of the 'Find Element’ actions for that, of which I prefer the ‘Find Element by Sizzle’ action. (Sizzle is an extended JQuery library, which allows you to find anything on the page). This action uses a sizzle selector as required parameter. If your job# is in textBox4 that selector would look like this:
Now, if that job# is different for every time you run the test case, you can create the selector dynamically with a ‘Concatenate String’ action. For now, I'll assume you know how to do this. If not, let me know and I'll explain.
Second you can now use ‘Find Item/Row (by child element)’, with the element that you located in step 1 as parameter. This returns the row in the listView that contains that job# element.
Third, you can use the ‘Click/Doubleclick’ action, using the returned row as parameter.
Hope this helps you on your way. If not, please don’t hestitate to continue asking questions here or contact me directly by email.
With kind regards,
Joris van der Heijden
ATS Consultant @ Mansystems