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Should I offer my client free code maintenance?
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Assuming this decision is up to you, if you think you can easily maintain the existing scripts in the short term, 'free' might be reasonable to help build the relationship with this client. However, ...

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Browser is closed only if test passed
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If you are catching any exceptions, call driver.quit() within those catch blocks to close the browser when a test fails. If there is a common point that all failing tests run through, I would put ...

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Iteration between month and year. Selenium + Java
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I would create a loop that selects the month field by index, then select any additional data points, increment the index and go back to the beginning of the loop.

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What is normal communication when a developer moves a ticket to Ready for Test?
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If there is adequate documentation of the work the dev team has done in a another tool, then I would try to get access to that tool and work off of that. However, if you still aren't able to gain the ...

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Why does my Selenium - python automation fails for IE browser in VM?
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Check and see if the VM is going into hibernate mode. We dealt with something similar and had to configure the machines to remain unlocked and on in order to ensure we were able to run at any time.

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How do you monitor Selenium Grid?
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You can view all of the nodes that are connected to the running hub/server by navigating to the following address in your browser: http://'hub_IP_address':'port'/grid/console# It will show what ...

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Is there an argument for chromedriver to accept notifications?
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I have not found a better solution so far, but I'm using --accept-notifications and it's working well enough.

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Automating Web Search on a Page
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This seems like a homework assignment, so I'm not going to give you any code examples, but I can give you some direction. For each of the elements on the page you want to use, you will have to find ...

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finding difficult to login in gmail
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You will want to add a wait step to wait for the password field to be visible before trying to send the value

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NullPointerException while accessing WebDriverWait instance
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`try{ init_webdriver_wait(); if(wdw != null){ // sample check if the webdriverwait instance is null wdw.until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(register_link)); ...

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Question about find_by_elements
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You could loop through the array of elements and use if element.is_displayed(): #click element else: #do nothing

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Selenium Email external list
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Before your SendMail class, you can include a file upload method that will upload a file, then you can read the lines of the file and pass those emails into the SendMail method in a loop: Each email ...

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Agile: Most important "types" of test cases?
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Acceptance tests and Unit tests are critical to testing on Agile teams, but you can't forget to continue to consistently test non-functional requirements (Usability, Performance, etc.) and whatever ...

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Requirement-to-code traceability in Agile/Scrum development?
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One way to help keep track of the commits attached to the JIRA is to include the Jira associated with the fix in the commit comment. By doing so, it will link the commit to the Jira and you will be ...

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Nightwatch: Timed out while waiting for element to be present. - expected "found" but got "not found"
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I would change your structure slightly: checkfile: function () { this .click('@confirmButton') .waitForElementVisible('@notification', 45000) .pause(1000) .api....

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Is it possible to match a url with xpath in a nightwatch assertion?
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One way that you can do this is by using: browser .url(function(result) { //match result.value to expression here }) This is the best way I've been able to get the URL and doing any kind of ...

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How to assign javascript variable to last character of a string
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I think you want to use .charAt(7) since js starts indexing at position 0.

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What is the best way to check for element is present if i have many to check using Selenium?
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I would create an array with all the elements, then loop through them. This is also assuming you want to check the same value for all. If you wanted to check true for some and false for others, you'd ...

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How can I better prepare for roles that require selenium and java knowledge?
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I think learning some basic coding skills would be very beneficial. There are many websites that will help you learn basic java and selenium skills. If you're just looking to get in to a position ...

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Is writing unit tests difficult for me as a QA engineer?
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Like Peter said, IMHO Unit tests are best done by developers. These tests really give the most benefit to them as it helps them ensure their code is working as intended at the most granular level, ...

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Is there a Informix Test Framework available? Or any kind of way to test informix screens?
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This article mentions using HP UFT/QTP with the Terminal-Emulator add-in for testing informix 4GL specifically. I'm not familiar with testing mainframe screens, but hopefully this will make some ...

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