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is it any way to get object by combining UI elements in such way: hp.get(Widget.class, "Page name").get(Link.class, "Link name").click


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Assuming I understand your question correctly... You should store the ID (of the window you're trying to close) in a variable. After calling the close method, check if the window ID still exists. If it does, something went wrong. Example in C#. Instead of the String.Equals check, you can also get a list of all windowHandles and check if the specific handle ...


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Just one issue I see with your CSS selector. When you select by attribute, you need to enclose the attribute value in quotes. Other than that, the * is also probably unnecessary as this should be an exact match: driver.findElement(By.cssSelector(".simplecolorpicker > span[title='#ff8081']")).click(); CSS selectors are pretty awesome, there is no ...


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I made your code readable. Please do that from now on. Your flow is as follows... if span[1] is not selected then click span[1] else if span[2] is not selected then click span[2] Please clarify what precisely is happening so we can help you properly. EDIT As I mention above your second part is checking if span[2] is not selected... If Element 1 ...


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I just gave XLT a try. It records the stuff in Firefox and you can replay it later in FF again, also as batch test. Works fine, does not need any other tool. Also got it working with the FirefoxDriver and ChromeDriver without any additional tools. The trick is to make the file input element visible (line 13) and the type command will be accepted and ...


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The solution wasn't to delete the java path or to delete the java.exe and javaq.exe files - it was pretty much the opposite! After uninstalling and re-installing JDK 8 (which took me to Update 40), I added the PATH variable and directory to environment variables, which was the same as before, so I guess there was a version incompatibility which update 40 ...


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This load test article is a great walkthru for your scenario - http://www.mkyong.com/unittest/testng-selenium-load-testing-example/


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You can follow the below procedure to install robot framework on your system. Install Python on your machine(python2.6 - min version) Install wxPython(wxPython 2.8.12.1 ) Install Robot framework. If RIDE is used only to edit test cases, Robot Framework does not need to installed at all. However, the Test runner plugin requires Robot Framework to be ...


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This looks like a position description for automated testing, which means writing automation code to run tests against the company's software. It's possible in your area there's a bigger emphasis on automation than I'm accustomed to, along with the understanding that good test automation requires programming skill. This is a good thing, especially if, as ...


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A typical job-post for a testing position. This job description seems to be describing someone who has more programmatic and automation experience than someone with testing experience. That's not to say the best person for this job won't have both, but the JD seems to focus on desired automation skills. I can't comment on this being "typical" of job ...


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I think the best way to learn is to "scratch your own itch" - this has the advantage that you're immediately applying what you learn, which helps you learn. For example, if you're currently testing a login page, spend time figuring out how to automate the checks you're doing. Checking user permissions? Figure out how to read the permissions from the DB, ...


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My question is, why do so many (nearly 90%) job lists post programming as a requirement? Without speaking to every job poster, this question is not answerable. I would guess that it's because test automation is more in vogue than manual testing, based on my on experiences of testing scalability. I can only assume others have come to the same conclusion ...


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Most automated testing frameworks require the user to either write in scripting language or in an actual programming language. Thus test automation equals writing code to run tests against the application. Maybe some frameworks work fully with recording the tests, but experience learns that recorded tests are harder to maintain. As an automated test ...


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Position is test automation, not manual testing. So obviously programming is required. You will NOT be developing production code, but automated test. You need different skill set from a developer, use different tools for different goals, use different design patterns, need different communication skills, because you will encounter different problems than ...


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What programming language and test automation framework to learn first heavilly depends on a lot of factors like: The market you're trying to find a job at (USA, Europe, Asia) The applications types you want to work with (Desktop, web- or mobile applications) Previous programming experience with one of the languages (if applicable to you) Getting an ...


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After some good experience in manual testing , It is always good to move for automation. Please start with following tools for automation testing : 1 - Selenium web driver Selenium support many programming languages like Java , c# , Python and some others also. It will help you to do automation testing for functionalists. For ex: Login , Register in ...



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