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If this has to be the same copy you ship and you cannot modify it, you cannot test beyond the captcha. That is the reason of having captchas - to avoid automation. So the only option is to build in something into your app that makes testing possible. This of course will pose the risk of getting out into the field and mess things up. I only can imagine some ...
In order to keep the same build for testing as production there needs to be some sort of toggle in the application. Preferable in a configuration file (or database setting). By default the useCaptcha setting is enabled, but in the test environment you disable this in the configuration file. This means the code will have two paths One that does not load ...
Cleanest solution is to get it removed for QA environment (render it conditionally) - you have one right? You do test BEFORE deploying to production? So don't use CAPTCHA in environment where you run automated tests. If you cannot, use automated humans: there are companies which will solve CAPTCHA for you - it is quite cheap, 1000 for a buck, with decent ...
From what I understand, you have two options: If it's a local instance of reCaptcha, then you can look up the image ID in the database to find the code it's tied to. http://www.softwaretestingclub.com/forum/topics/how-to-break-recaptcha-using-selenium-webdriver?commentId=751045%3AComment%3A243339 Have your Dev install a backdoor. So that when a specific ...
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