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enter image description hereI am a beginner for test automation and following the Test Automation University 'IntelliJ for Test Automation Engineers' course. In chapter 6.3 to create fields and variables use this 'BrowserGetter' keyword. But the code is not working and it shows as

Cannot resolve symbol 'BrowserGetter'

This is the code used in the chapter and to solve this, how to import this BrowserGetter for the IntelliJ ?

private BrowserGetter browserGetter = new BrowserGetter();

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  • Look at imports section and show us the line where that class is imported.
    – Alexey R.
    Jun 24 at 12:58
  • In the original code, it imports from the browser. import browser.BrowserGetter; Jun 24 at 13:29
  • I believe you didn't completely follow the example. It seems that browser.BrowserGetter is part of that example implementation
    – Alexey R.
    Jun 24 at 13:30
  • First, I tried to import that by private BrowserGetter browserGetter = new BrowserGetter();. But that was not imported and then I tried to do it manually. Could you explain the mistake and this is the module I followed. [testautomationu.applitools.com/intellij/chapter6.3.html] Jun 24 at 13:42
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The structure of this course is arguable. As you can hear from the presentation (the link you mentioned in your comment) that class is a sort of Utility class that has been prepared by course developers (it is not the part of JUnit).

They briefly touch that class in the next video. However they do not describe it in details.

You can find missing code in their source code repository. For example the class you're asking about particularly can be found here.

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