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Most likely, Selenium is not in your class path, which appears to be exactly /Users/username/Desktop/workFiles/maven/MavenProject/target/MavenProject-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar. It is surprising that you refer to this as a Maven project, and yet you choose to build it with Ant. Maven is also a build tool, and I believe IntelliJ can build using Maven if you ...


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As a manual tester you likely don't have the foundation skills yet in place to be a performance tester, independent of tool. Look to the automated functional testing tool path. Here you will need to leverage your refined functional testing skills along with development skills to answer questions related to functional quality. If you want to add an extra ...


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In order to run Webdriver commands on a remote machine, Selenium Server must be installed on that machine. What I usually do to enable IE and Chrome support is place the IE and Chrome drivers right alongside Selenium Server. I can then create a batch script with the complete command, something like: java -jar selenium-server-standalone-2.44.0.jar ...


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Create one folder Util in your test project and place the chrome drive in that. in your driver and set the system property with the relative path. Now wher ever you take your code your chrome driver will also get copied and driver setup will always read the system property from the relative path. This way it can be run from any machine.


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public void waitForElementPresent(By locator) { try{ WebDriverWait wait=new WebDriverWait(driver,30); wait.until(ExpectedConditions.visibilityOfElementLocated(locator)); }catch(TimeoutException timeout){ for (int i = 0; i <= 30; i++) { try { boolean exists=false; ...



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