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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 ...


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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.


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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. ...


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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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