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I should read more before asking questions. I've looked into RED open issues on github, and there's this thread: https://github.com/nokia/RED/issues/324 That's very similar (or the same) to my problem. One of the answers says that RED is tested against eclipse version 2018-09, not newer versions. I downgraded my eclipse and it works like a charm :) So ...


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An autocomplete would come against Cucumber's goal of creating a shared vocabulary. When the Three Amigos come to work on a new feature and its scenarios, they would develop this vocabulary, which mitigates the chances duplicated vocabulary. Keeping scenarios short and use proper mocking also helps. If you need to send parameters to a step definition, you ...


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There is a lot of documentation of how to build your own Unit Testing Framework, maybe this is a starting point: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7049329/how-to-write-a-unit-test-framework For Eclipse you could look at the code from other frameworks plugins to see how you can make your framework integration better with Eclipse. Unit-tests mostly ...


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I have created an example on the basis of your code, please note that here i'm using the Extent Report Version 3 so change your code accordingly. I hope this code help you- public class Report { static ExtentTest logger; static ExtentReports extent; static ExtentHtmlReporter reporter; @BeforeClass public void startreport() { ...


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This is the solution I came up with, the example above helped lead me here. Posting this in the case others run into a similar problem. This required a little refactoring in terms of how I identified lists and used them in different methods, but I've been able to remove a ton of wait time, my tests are running much faster now. I'd appreciate feedback if ...


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The element you've highlighted in the inspector is a WebView. A developer would have to provide a build of the app with WebView debugging enabled in order to view and interact with the elements inside the WebView using automation. I haven't enabled it personally, but I've asked developers to do this in the past, and they're generally happy to do it for a ...


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This error means that Eclipse IDE cannot find the required classes in your class path. Probably you have accidentally removed WebDriver jars or selenium jars when added TestNg. If you use Maven check also that you are using the proper scope of dependencies. If your code resides under test folder and your dependencies do not have test scope, then you might ...


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I think the developers of the site are using a Front-end UI Framework. From the partial code, I could not detect which framework. Most modern UI frameworks do not use select-tags, but smart javascript to change the DOM on the fly. The options are probably somewhere in a JavaScript variable in memory. The framework probably does a lot of magic when you ...


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