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Jul
27
comment Choosing framework type for selenium RC/Webdriver
Thanks Tarun, I never bothered about those points. I will try to make required chnages.
Jul
27
comment Webdriver line by line runinfo in eclipse console
thanks i will try that out, for the time being, I am using a combination of both exception handlers with print stacktrace for debugging if anything fails
Jul
27
accepted Webdriver line by line runinfo in eclipse console
Jul
27
accepted SafariDriver is not responding after opening a URL
Jul
27
accepted Maintaining QTP object repository -best practice for a multideveloper environment
Jul
27
answered Maintaining QTP object repository -best practice for a multideveloper environment
Jul
27
accepted How do I write a script to be executed by Hudson to automatically restart test environment machines?
Jul
27
accepted Testing NOSQL DB's like distributed Cassandra
Jul
27
accepted Maintaining automation framework for different browsers like IE and FF
Jul
27
accepted Estimating a testing project
Jul
21
answered SafariDriver is not responding after opening a URL
Jul
20
revised Choosing framework type for selenium RC/Webdriver
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Jul
20
accepted Need help to frame locator for webdriver script
Jul
20
comment Choosing framework type for selenium RC/Webdriver
@Tarun I didn get your question
Jul
20
revised Unable to add Safari developer certificate in safari
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Jul
19
answered Unable to add Safari developer certificate in safari
Jul
19
asked Unable to add Safari developer certificate in safari
Jul
19
asked Choosing framework type for selenium RC/Webdriver
Jul
18
comment Rule of thumb for using wait()
The following are the type of waits i said about, it waits until the expectation is met new WebDriverWait(driver, 10).until(ExpectedConditions.presenceOfElementLocated(By.name("btnG"))); new WebDriverWait(driver, 10).until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(By.name("btnG"))); driver.findElement(By.name("btnG")).click(); new WebDriverWait(driver, 3).until(ExpectedConditions.titleIs("webdriver - Google Search"));
Jul
11
answered Rule of thumb for using wait()