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Used for questions about using Selenium WebDriver, a browser automation framework frequently used to automate testing in a browser.

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Yes you can (test Python app with Java), but I don't see a reason why anyone would want to. I am saying it as a developer who used both Java and Python (IOW I am not arguing from ignorance). The onl …
answered Jan 29 '18 by Peter M.
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"Small, atomic, autonomous" is better fit for unit test, not for UI/End-to-end tests like you are writing. Of course you should try to make your test to be small and autonomous. But very often you c …
answered Dec 18 '17 by Peter M.
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Yes it is possible (as saying goes "it is a matter of simple programming", which is a joke btw) but if changes are expected could be huge waste of time. Manual testing is better fit. Manual/explorati …
answered Aug 20 '15 by Peter M.
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I haven't tried it but my guess would be to get list of all "a" elements (find by tag) or all elements by class ("vote_link vote"), then loop over them, get the on_click property, and look for your nu …
answered May 11 '16 by Peter M.
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Re ensure - how much uncertainty you are willing to handle, and what is the cost of failure (running on ubuntu but failing on Win10)? If it runs on ubuntu, you have a reasonable chance it will run on …
answered May 7 '18 by Peter M.
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Shahid's answer mentions new actions. Hard part is how to make the conversion of existing tests as painless as possible, preferably automatic, and able to run on both types of devices from single co …
answered Apr 24 '18 by Peter M.
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There ain't no such thing as a free lunch also known as TANSTAAFL. Somebody needs to pay for the servers and salaries for people managing them. For all "free" services you use (gmail, facebook, etc), …
answered Feb 26 '18 by Peter M.
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CAPTCHA is added to a website to prevent programs like yours use the website. It is by design that you cannot bypass it (unless website developers provide you for a way to bypass it). As you found ou …
answered Apr 18 '18 by Peter M.
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I see no answers and few views, so I will try to help. I use Python (not Jython) and never heard of Parasoft, so it will be just a more generic guidance. :-) I assume importing selenium would be like …
answered Dec 7 '16 by Peter M.
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I had similar problem when our designer used custom elements (with custom tag) in Angular/material. Webdriver was not able to interact with such elements (TESTacy could be right), but I did not spent …
answered Jan 11 '16 by Peter M.
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One known problem might be mixing implicit and explicit waits. Experts suggest using explicit wait only. Another problem might be locating by XPATH. So many people complain about selenium not working …
answered Oct 5 '16 by Peter M.
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If element is not displayed, user would not be able to interact with it, so your test (which should emulate what user would do) shod not be able to do anything with it either. IOW it is not a bug, it …
answered Feb 17 '17 by Peter M.
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Selenium does not deal with current or future time. But the language you use to write selenium test does. Selenium is just one of the libraries available in your language of choice. Date/time library …
answered Mar 1 '16 by Peter M.
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If link is not visible, wait.until(ExpectedConditions.visibilityOf(lnk)); will time out. Wait cannot succeed if link is hidden. In general, Selenium does only what user could do. If user cannot click …
answered Jun 29 '15 by Peter M.
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Selenium is browser automation tool. It is commonly used to website test automation, but it is not limited to it. Mainframe/desktop do not have HTML locators, which webdriver uses to locate webeleme …
answered Mar 26 '18 by Peter M.

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