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What you want is called an continuous integration (CI) server. A very popular one is called Jenkins (jenkins-ci.org), though there are others both open source and commercial. You can configure it to watch for checkins, and to build a project. If the build succeeds, it can trigger tests to be run. If the tests pass, you can trigger other jobs such as ...
Try this , storing all the Web elements of Select list in a List and then getting its size. List<WebElement> optionCount = driver.findElements(By.xpath("//select/option")); System.out.println(optionCount.size()); Thanks.
After a lot of research,coding,trial and errors, I managed to build the infrastructure I envisioned. Essentially I wanted to build a small (very specific to my team's needs) scale of SauceLabs/Browserstack. @Sam Woods , Sauce is a great service but overpriced for our needs. Also,Browserstack provides features that we don't really need in it's light plans. ...
Here's the short rundown on TFS and the Microsoft application life cycle management ecosystem: TFS - Team Foundation Server is the "glue" that pulls everything together in a central repository. TFS can be used to manage builds (using MSBuild.exe), issues, test cases, automation, source control, and so forth. Visual Studio - As well as the code IDE, Visual ...
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