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I'd hit up codenomicon. They discovered Heartbleed so u know they're legit.
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I suggest you simply driver.get(URL) to your homepage. Not sure why you consider a hack, if that is what you need to recover from test failure.
To play a devil advocate, if you try Python, you will find that you are substantially more productive because of dynamic typing. Python just works much harder to improve productivity of the programmer, as compared to C# which is focused to create effective code (making programmer to work harder to get it). In testing, it is of little difference if test ...
Disadvantages of using C# in one team and Python in the other include cost of training and cost of learning. If one team finds issues and wants the assistance of the other there will be challenges with explaining the subtle features of the language used for the test. New members on either team will need some training. Using two languages will mean two ...
Adding something to @Twaldigas reply, why / who has recommended that you use python? It makes perfect sense to me that you use the same language as the development and automation team, this way, if you have some problems, I'm sure they have already solved it in the past. Plus, if the automation team already has a framework built on top of selenium, maybe ...
First of all: Welcome to SQA. Apart form the features of C# and Python, your team should also use C#. The web testing team can reuse scripts from the automation team. The teams can support and complement each other. They can talk about problems and challenges and find solutions together. That Python already have a xUnit framework in the standard library is ...
I eventually managed to find a fix for this! Here is the code that I added: cap = DesiredCapabilities.INTERNETEXPLORER cap['requireWindowFocus'] = True cap['enablePersistentHover'] = False I put this just before self.browser = webdriver.Ie() Although, this may not be a long term solution as it requires the IE window you are using to be your current ...
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