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You do not need Eclipse, Jenkins, or TestNG to scrape a website. Ask a software developer to help you package Selenium, your Java code, and any other necessary resources into an executable Jar file. If you can't find any developers, try Googling for "executable Jar file". Your executable Jar file will require a main class. If you are accustomed to ...


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With JUnit I have set up a web-based runner/control unit that allows the end user to access and run the tests. It is extremely primitive and it would run on the server instead of on their machine but here is the code that I used in order to achieve this: @Stateless @Path("test") class TestsService { @Context UriInfo ui; @GET ...



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