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In the nightwatch documentation I can see that there are both the urlContains and urlEquals assertions that can be specified in a nightwatch.js but these do not allow xpath selectors. I have applied the global parameter to use Xpath everywhere (I will explain below) but I am looking for a way to assert (in a fuzzy way) that the URL of the current page matches a pattern.

The reason is that I test on numerous instances of the same application which are distinguished by their subdomain(s). I am attempting to make my test automation run on any of these environments (without having to change or duplicate the tests).

  • Can you write your own function that has a regular expression pattern that does the matching? – Yu Zhang Dec 21 '16 at 16:13
  • Yes but want to be 100% there isn't a more maintainable way beforehand. – Rebecca D. Dec 21 '16 at 16:14
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One way that you can do this is by using:

browser
  .url(function(result) {
    //match result.value to expression here
  })

This is the best way I've been able to get the URL and doing any kind of matching with it.

  • @Rebecca-d were you able to find a solution? – Swagin9 Apr 4 '17 at 19:37

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