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seen Oct 29 '13 at 9:45

*I am a Manual tester working on .net based web applications and have a keen interest automate tests on Selenium. And thats what i am doing since some time. I have done development work in C#.net. Apart from testing I am also passionate about cooking & digging into new technologies.*


Jul
18
comment Runtime exception at selenium.start() - Could not start Selenium session: Failed to start new browser session: Error while launching browser
I have not done a netstat but do call the url -localhost:4444/selenium-server/driver/… from the browser, to see incase the server is up, will shut it down. And yes, selenium.stop() is always called in the after class method.
May
29
comment Firefox browser launches blank when the tests via Selenium
No, I face the same issue. Get message from FF when it launches - Will you help FF by sending anonymous information about performance, hardware characteristics ...... to mozilla. And 2 options : Yes, I want to help or no. After clicking on either of them I am not able to proceed anywhere.
May
29
comment Firefox browser launches blank when the tests via Selenium
yes, I did downgrade to 3.6(was using that earlier) & it works. based on the link that u sent, will try v 10 & see if that helps as well.
Feb
16
comment Wanted to know common practice for determining which tests to be executed & which to be skipped in TestNG/RC?
think for now grouping the tests & specifying that in testng.xml would work smoothly.
Feb
16
comment Wanted to know common practice for determining which tests to be executed & which to be skipped in TestNG/RC?
the test titles are the name of the tests. Just for clarity - what you are suggesting is a utility that will put the details of the CSV file to testng.xml, which in turn is responsible to execute the tests. Define which test to run in Csv/excel & run the utility that will put that data in xml file.
Feb
16
comment Wanted to know common practice for determining which tests to be executed & which to be skipped in TestNG/RC?
I agree that running my functional tests in one go would make sense. My scenario may occur once the test numbers are in 100's and running then all at once may take lot of time. Think for now the groups in testng may work . Thanks for the prompt reply.