Selenium IDE. Installation and Use. Selenium Who?.
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Installation and Use
“Selenium IDE is an integrated development environment for Selenium scripts. It is implemented as a Firefox extension, and allows you to record, edit, and debug tests. Selenium IDE includes the entire Selenium Core, allowing you to easily and quickly record and play back tests in the actual environment that they will run. “
To verify that you have Selenium IDE installed, open the Selenium IDE window by one of two methods:
Choose options Web Developer
If Selenium is installed correctly, the Selenium plug-in window should pop-up.
the Selenium plug-in
The record button
The record button is on by default. Click it to turn recording off.
to reveal more Selenium commands.
For example, clicking on item ‘verifyTextPresent Borrower Type Name’ will add a line to your script that verifies that that text is present on the page.
The record button
Please use a filename of the form OLETS <issue number> -<name of issue.> For example: “OLETS118-OLE Borrower Type maintenance document.html”
Speed Control: controls how fast your test case runs.
Run All: Runs the entire test suite when a test suite with multiple test cases is loaded.
Run: Runs the currently selected test. When only a single test is loaded this button and the Run All button have the same effect.
Pause/Resume: Allows stopping and re-starting of a running test case.
Step: Allows you to “step” through a test case by running it one command at a time. Use for debugging test cases.
As the plug-in steps through your script, success and error messages will appear in the Log window.
The Log Window
Use the Browse button to
Locate your saved test script,
And the Attach button to attach
It to the OLETS issue.
Once attached, your test script will appear in the Attachments area on the OLETS issue page.