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May
15
comment Efficent way of checking if Element is Not Present
This same question has been asked on stackoverflow, there's some useful information there: stackoverflow.com/questions/11034710/…
May
14
comment Selenium IDE errors
@ArYa - it'd be most helpful if you edit your question to include that code; it's not very readable if it's just in the comment.
May
1
comment getTitle() returning current URL instead of page title
Hi Sunil - does it fix the problem if you add an explicit wait to make sure the page loads completely before you check the page title?
Apr
30
comment How to login using Alert.authenticateUsing?
What's going wrong with the code - do you get exceptions?
Apr
28
comment Fast login to application (magic url alternatives)
Well, it depends on your application. Even if you mimic a cookie for a logged-in session, the application may well do server-side checks to see whether it should trust your login session. You may need to ask your developers.
Apr
28
revised How to monitor Linux log files on Windows?
improved formatting: numbered list
Apr
28
suggested approved edit on How to monitor Linux log files on Windows?
Apr
26
revised Selenium Webdriver runs in root but not in non-root account
improved formatting (embedded xml indentation and language syntax hint), list items, also some minor prose fixes
Apr
25
comment Selenium Webdriver runs in root but not in non-root account
To work out why you get a NoSuchElementException, you need to know the state of the browser on the line which is erroring. I recommend you set up a junit rule which will make it take a screenshot (if that is possible) and log the state of the DOM. That way, you'll be able to diagnose these errors yourself; and that's an important skill, because if you work with webdriver much you will get a lot of those errors.
Apr
25
suggested approved edit on Selenium Webdriver runs in root but not in non-root account
Apr
24
revised Testcases fails on chromedriver
improved formatting of embedded code (indentation to normal level, java language syntax hint)
Apr
24
revised Testcases fails on chromedriver
improved formatting of embedded code (java language syntax hint, standardised indentation and removed spare lines), altered wording for clarity
Apr
24
comment Testcases fails on chromedriver
Yes, this is likely to fix it. The null pointer exception points to the driver object (or lack of it) being the source of the problem.
Apr
24
comment Testcases fails on chromedriver
The findElement method doesn't through a null pointer exception if the selector is wrong, so using a css selector won't fix it. This kind of exception is thrown if the driver object doesn't exist.
Apr
24
suggested approved edit on Testcases fails on chromedriver
Apr
24
suggested approved edit on Testcases fails on chromedriver
Apr
24
suggested rejected edit on How can I ensure testNG test method does not abort if any assert fails
Apr
24
revised How can I ensure testNG test method does not abort if any assert fails
improved wording, sentence structure, etc.
Apr
24
suggested approved edit on How can I ensure testNG test method does not abort if any assert fails
Apr
24
comment Python selenium - how can I loop a function to make 100 Copy accounts using different emails
Do you know the email addresses in advance, i.e. are you working from a fixed list? Or could you make up the email addresses in the code?