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How can we do the same in PHPunit??


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How to get started with Selenium: A Brief Overview So you want to automate browser-driven tests, and you're not sure where to get started. You've heard of this "Selenium" thing, and you think it's what you want, but you can't be sure. Fret not! Here's a quick rundown of what you're looking at and how to get going. This is mostly adapted from two sources: ...


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So to get an iterative working list go to the following url http://intellisuggest.fareportal.com/api/IntelliSuggest/2.0/json/AutoSuggest/AIR%2FALL%2Fa?callback=jQuery19108656365454662591_1422021006668&_=1422021006672 Changing out the bolded "a" to be the letter/string you would like to get a list of airports that match. This returns in a formatting as ...


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This will be hard to achieve. It's possible to capture the shown contents with Selenium, but the complete list is stored in a server-side database. As soon as you're typing a letter, the suggestions are loaded (with an Ajax call) in the list in this HTML section. The div loses its hidden class. The problem is that you're only getting a limited set of ...


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Consider hybridizing your testing framework to use both codedui and selenium webdriver components. CodedUI automates well with most windows. Selenium WebDriver automation works well with most browsers except IE11 on Windows 8.1. In windows 8.1 IE 11 does not delegate the session ID to selenium WebDriver.


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Start by looking for testing tasks that require a lot of manual effort and do not change from one release to the next. This is especially important for UI automation; if a web page changes frequently, you will spend so much time updating your automated test that it will have been faster to test the page by hand. Note that there are often ways to use ...


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To broadly address your question, just pick some test cases with simple interactions that aren't very dynamic and automate those. Trial, error, and practice will get you there. Is Java mostly used for Selenium tests? Do you recommend it over C#? According to StackOverflow, there are more Selenium tagged questions in Java than any other language (as of ...


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ok. I was able to solve this issue using AutoIT with Selenium. Using webdriver, I clicked on Upload File link and opened the Windows File Browsers(to select the image), then I ran the AutoIT script using Java Runtime to enter the file path and click on Select button. And it worked. Thankyou all. Closing this question...


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I don't know if I understand your problem right but I think the problem is in interacting with OS (the browser window) and to solve this it will be better to use sikuli as it deals with the elements displayed on the screen by providing images


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It seems like you should be able to do this using selenium to fill out the form, click on "upload files" and then click on "drop files here to upload". Then you have the issue of interacting with the OS. You should be able to find some tutorials for that. See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10322501/how-do-i-interact-with-windows-programs for example.


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Try using something as follows :- WebDriverWait wait = new WebDriverWait(driver, 60);// 1 minute wait.until(ExpectedConditions.visibilityOfElementLocated(By.name("Username"))); driver.findElement(By.name("Username")).sendKeys("selenium");


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I am afraid, as far as I know, it is not possible to handle file-uploads with selenium due to security issues. I encountered this issue myself and searched the web for a solution but did not find anything except that it is not possible. Regards, Markus.


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Try to sit with the developer who made the code and understand the concept. Then go review part by part to review and test and quality check it.


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My answer appears to fly in the face of the other answers so far. I think code reviews are a very valuable way to keep QA informed, and to understand what they are testing at a much lower level. Primarily for the same reason I think having code coverage results on manual and automated test passes are important, I think code reviews are also important. ...


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I support Frederik's answer that testers should not be involved in code reviews. But it is good for testers to be involved in other higher level reviews. Testers should review the requirements and specifications to see whether they can be tested. There are many criteria that a tester might consider. A few of them are: Are the requirements and specifications ...


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When working in teams one of the most important added value of code-reviews is knowledge sharing. This leads me to think that other developers on the team should do the reviews and not testers who do not add code to the code-base. I suggest you read the free (relative short) e-book "The best kept secrets of peer code review", its totally worth the read if ...


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As a fellow QA engineer, my advice to you is: don't. If you'll be reviewing code, you'll be partly responsible for the code's quality. But to do this task thoroughly, you need to have sufficient expertise and experience. Do you have a clear view on the framework, the legacy code? Do you know common best practices for Java programming? Are you up to date with ...


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Like many aspects of programming, it's not that hard to get started, and even to write something that looks like a test. The real difficulty lies in test engineering. If you know Java, particularly if you've used JUnit before, you can get started with Selenium in about ten minutes. If you know Maven, you can simply add the dependencies to your pom.xml as ...


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If you know java, writing selenium script won't be difficult for you. Automation script are similar o what when we write code for some functionality. To start with selenium setup the environment for selenium and start with any simple program like hello world or prime number etc., then gradually start writing scripts for some functionality in any of your ...



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