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Take a more precise look at the error message. It says "Element must be user-editable in order to clear it". Seems like your issue relates not to "Input Text" keyword but to earlier one which you probably have in your test (like "Clear Element Text" one). Make sure that this keyword has also a valid locator set. If it doesn't work you have also to make ...
this code worked how me. m not sure sam, does its correct way of coding verify it.. i used following code to locate element. driver.findElement(By.xpath("//input[@id='edit-box-big' and @placeholder='Job Title *']")).click()
Haven't tried it myself, but it appears this firefox addon SelBlocks has functions called loadXmlVars and loadJsonVars. Found reference to this in a similar question. GL with that client.
This often happens when there are multiple elements that match your search and one of them is hidden and the other is not. If it finds the element that is hidden, you will get this error. I would search through the DOM for any other element with the name "title". You may need to provide additional information to ensure the identifier is unique and finds ...
Only you can really answer that. A good testing framework that can run functional test automation is software, like any other; you'd have to write it and maintain it, but you might find it easier to add tests when you don't have to worry about flakey record-and-playback, and once you have a decent framework, other developers can pitch in and write tests ...
I don't believe it is worth it in your case. Selenium IDE runs as a Firefox add-on and saves its test in Selenese. You can export it to Java and use HtmlUnit, but you will find that there may not be an equivalent command and you end up having to write your own code to fill the gap. I cover this in my blog, here. Using Selenium IDE you can watch your test run ...
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