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accepted How do I get Selenium Server to launch Chrome on 64bit Windows under Jenkins with Selenium Grid?
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answered How do I get Selenium Server to launch Chrome on 64bit Windows under Jenkins with Selenium Grid?
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comment How do I get Selenium Server to launch Chrome on 64bit Windows under Jenkins with Selenium Grid?
Narrowed the problem down to a windows account issue. I can launch it from tomcat using an administrator account, but not the user it's running as.
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answered Selenium Server and Windows Server compatibility
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comment How do I get Selenium Server to launch Chrome on 64bit Windows under Jenkins with Selenium Grid?
The output from jenkins isn't that great either. I've tried to clean it up a bit.
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revised How do I get Selenium Server to launch Chrome on 64bit Windows under Jenkins with Selenium Grid?
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asked How do I get Selenium Server to launch Chrome on 64bit Windows under Jenkins with Selenium Grid?
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comment How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
Thanks for your help everyone. It's a windows server, so I'll have to do some convincing to get some gnu tools. :)
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accepted How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
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comment How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
The CSS is stored in external files (using link tag).
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comment How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
Unfortunately, I don't have access to the flat files because they're a resource served as part of a custom CMS product for university giving. As users change the CSS, the URL to the CSS changes. Otherwise, that's a great idea.
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comment How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
Interesting idea, but the CSS files happen to be included within a CMS like product. I don't have file system access to them. They also get included as part of components within the CMS and have changing file names.
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comment How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?
JavaScript would be nice to have, but not necessary.
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asked How do I test that external CSS does not contain an absolute URL via unit test?