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I need to create a dll log file using Selenium Webdriver with C#. Errors generated while running the C# code need to saved in this text file using that dll. How do I go about achieving this?

  • Voted to close as offtopic, saving text to files is a typical programming issue and not test related. Not even when it is combined with Selenium as they are not related. – Niels van Reijmersdal Feb 7 '17 at 12:41
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@NarendaC: original post uses Selenium C# not Java

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  • You can edit my answer if needed and specific to language. But core idea I shared. Does it really language specific? – NarendraC Aug 11 '16 at 7:10
  • I agree with your core idea and I don't know the answer too, but I think it is not easy for a guy that works on Selenium .NET binding to convert the idea from Java to C# if he does not have any experience on Java :) – Tam Minh Aug 11 '16 at 7:22
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Im not sure about the question you are asking but the below lines of codes might help you.

string nomfichiersource = "UITestActionLog.html";
            string nomTest = TestContext.TestName.ToString();
            string sourcefile = System.IO.Path.Combine(TestContext.TestResultsDirectory, nomfichiersource);
            string destfile = System.IO.Path.Combine(@"G:\Projects\", nomTest + ".html");
            System.IO.File.Copy(sourcefile, destfile, true);

This will generate a html file with the logs.

And this works with MSTest.

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Solution -

Its as simple aswe integrate JUnit or TestNG in our Selenium Project. Similar way to use it. Steps are as below:

  1. I have used log4j for creation of log file. You can add log4j in your project. Need to download log4j.jar first
  2. To add in your selenium project by
    • Right click on your project
    • Click Configure build path
    • From library section, Add external jar file
    • Select the log4j.jar or provide path & Save
  3. For log4j, we need to add few line of code in log4j.properties file. Ready code you can refer here

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