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selenium script not recognizing jsf split button with id element

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My selenium script not recognizing jsf split button with id element

whereas
selenium script  recognizes fine jsf command button with id element.

I am not sure how to fix it

please advise
Any links resources ideas highly appreciated. Thanks in advance
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Did you try using xpath or css selector to get the button instead of using  id?
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How to get xpath or css selector. I have to introduce IDs as they are not there earlier. Do i need to incorporate xpath or css selectors also into the code to make it work. Please advise
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