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May
15
comment Selenium WebDriver | Unable to switch to apparent pop-up
Thanks for help @vincebowdren. I have solved the issue now. Added the answer.
May
10
comment Open source code to upload test results into HP QC/ALM?
I did not try this but I think if your excel sheet has got a result column then you just map it to the QC field and upload.
May
9
comment Selenium WebDriver | Unable to switch to apparent pop-up
@vincebowdren Not does not work. I commented the 2nd swtichTo
May
9
comment Selenium WebDriver | Unable to switch to apparent pop-up
@vincebowdren I have added the entire Java code now. I am not able to locate the PSEDITBOX. The code works fine till wd1.switchTo().defaultContent()
May
9
revised Selenium WebDriver | Unable to switch to apparent pop-up
Added java snippet
May
9
revised Selenium WebDriver | Unable to switch to apparent pop-up
added 9 characters in body
May
9
answered Open source code to upload test results into HP QC/ALM?
May
9
revised Selenium WebDriver | Unable to switch to apparent pop-up
explanation added
May
9
asked Selenium WebDriver | Unable to switch to apparent pop-up
May
6
comment Selenium Webdriver | Unable to locate element error
Bingo! It worked!! Thanks Sam :)
May
6
accepted Selenium Webdriver | Unable to locate element error
May
3
revised Is it a good idea to learn Selenium RC alongside Webdriver
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May
3
comment Selenium Webdriver | Unable to locate element error
@SamWoods Sorry not very conversant with Web design! This is the Xpath /html/body/form/div/div/div[3]/table/tbody/tr/td/div/table/tbody/tr[2]/td[3]/in‌​put and it appears under <frameset> \ <frame>. Does this help?
May
3
revised Selenium Webdriver | Unable to locate element error
Added error description
May
3
comment Selenium Webdriver | Unable to locate element error
@user246 Have added the error description in the question please help.
May
2
comment Selenium Webdriver | Unable to locate element error
@SamWoods This is what inspect element says - <td class="trLogin" bgcolor="#d3d3d3" align="left" valign="top"><input class="loginTextbox" type="text" maxlength="50/" onfocus="setFlag(this);" onkeypress="return checkExclusive('userid')" name="Username"></input></td>
May
2
comment Selenium Webdriver | Unable to locate element error
Error is thrown on the last section where I enter Username.
May
2
asked Selenium Webdriver | Unable to locate element error
Apr
21
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Apr
21
comment Attaching a defect to a blocked Test Case in QC
Two things to note - 1) QC version may be different 2) Blocked TC is not a special case I believe :)