I have set up robotframework on my machine and I have installed all necessary plugin and using Pycharm as IDE.

But I am getting keyword not found error and also SeleniumLibrary library which I have defined in the setting section is giving me inspection info: This inspection occurs when library or resources is not defined.

Please go through attached screenshot for more details.

Can anyone help me to resolve this?

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  • pip install --upgrade robotframework-seleniumlibrary did you install the library?
    – PDHide
    Commented Aug 4, 2019 at 16:51
  • Just see your Library - This is in small char "seleniumlibrary" . you should just make it like SeleniumLibrary Just try it before copying someones code you will learn something Commented Sep 7, 2019 at 16:27
  • Check the code on the screenshot it is written as SeleniumLibrary. Commented Sep 7, 2019 at 19:25

2 Answers 2


You have not defined any test cases, so RF interprets Open Browser as the test case name and gc as a keyword.

A .robot file is not a single test case but a collection of test cases, a suite.

*** Settings ***
Library        SeleniumLibrary

*** Variables ***
${url}        https//www.happyeasygo.com/

*** Test Cases ***
My Test Case
    Open Browser    ${url}    gc

My 2nd Test Case
    Log    This is my second test case

In the test case table, the first column/cell represents the test case name, and then the next column is either blank, a variable, or a keyword.

Thus, in your example Open browser is considered the test case name, ${url} is a variable to be assigned, and gc is considered to be a keyword.

If you want to call open browser, it needs to be indented under a test case name. For example:

*** Test Cases ***
    Open browser  ${url}  gc

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