By default, when you record actions against a Web application, Silk4J creates an object map with the name WebBrowser for native browser controls and an object map asset for every Web domain.
For common browser controls which are not specific for a Web domain, like the main window or the dialog boxes for printing or settings, an additional object map is generated in the current project with the name WebBrowser.
In the object map, you can edit the URL pattern by which the object map entries are grouped. When you edit the pattern, Silk4J performs a syntactical validation of the pattern. You can use the wildcards * and ? in the pattern.