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Use for questions about Selenium 2. Selenium 2 is the second major release of Selenium, an open source framework for testing web applications. A major difference between Selenium 1 and Selenium 2 is the latter's use of WebDriver.

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The default WebDriver setting for timeouts is never. WebDriver will sit there forever waiting for the page to load. The following timeouts are available: /** * An interface for managing timeou …
answered Feb 9 '12 by Ardesco
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One option is HTMLUnit, which is headless but has its own proprietary JavaScript rendering engine, so it is possible that it will behave differently than existing browsers (If you do use HTMLUnit, don …
answered Feb 9 '12 by Ardesco
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SeleneseTestCase is deprecated and shouldn't be used any more, use extends SeleneseTestBase instead.
answered Jun 28 '11 by Ardesco
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It's in git so you could do a sparse checkout to get the JavaDoc part of the repo only. This blog post about sparse checkouts goes through it in a reasonable amount of detail: http://blog.quilitz.de …
answered Apr 17 '13 by Ardesco
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Quite simply No! WebDriver was a project in its own right before it merged with Selenium so looking at the Selenium RC codebase and API is not going to give you any insight as to why certain decisio …
answered Apr 15 '13 by Ardesco
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No there is no native solution at the moment. If you use webDriverBackedSelenium you can try to utilise the captureNetworkTraffic functionality, however there were issues with it last time I heard it …
answered Jun 28 '11 by Ardesco
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Try Geb, it's a groovy wrapper for Selenium: http://www.gebish.org/ http://grails.org/plugin/geb
answered Feb 7 '12 by Ardesco
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First of all why do you want to download the file? Are you going to do anything with it? The majority of people who want to download files just do it so that they can show an automation framework do …
answered Feb 7 '12 by Ardesco