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If you take a step back and think Why you are performing this test, then it is likley to prove the following; The URL is to the correct file A file is present at that location If the file download locations are static, maybe it is enough to have an assert that checks the URL endpoint is what is expected. If you want some additional peace of mind the ...
If you are not locked to Blazemeter and JMeter, you can accomplish similar with Microsoft's own load testing tool (but there is a cost associated) I found a tutorial on how to integrate the two, hopefully it will help as a starting point.
As far as I am aware the answer is that its not possible. This mainly comes down to JMeter depending on JUnit. Blazemeter themselves don't offer support for it
Use following Xpath driver.findElement(By.xpath("//span[@class='title']")); Also make sure variable in which you are saving the element is of WebElement type.
Try to avoid the use of contains as your method of finding an element. This will mainly cause you issues later down the line when other elements unintentionally match I would suggest you use something more like; driver.FindElement(By.XPath("//div[@class="item-inner"]/span[@class="title"]) This example still isn't ideal, and ideally you should ask your ...
This may be due to the seleniumIDE selecting a first instance by default You can achieve this manually with: CssSelector("span.rpText:contains(Issues Management)") Also, if the class is unique then use it in the selector, i.e. css: driver. FindElement(By.CssSelector("span.rpText:contains(Issues Management)")).Click(); xpath: ...
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