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How to check URL for 404 using Selenium RC?

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How to check URL for 404 using Selenium RC?

Post by hemaseleni on Wed Apr 25, 2012 12:40 pm


I am very new to selenium. I have a question like how to check the broken link in the web application. If you have any idea on this please let me know.



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Re: How to check URL for 404 using Selenium RC?

Post by rohit13 on Wed Apr 25, 2012 12:58 pm

Find the number of links on the page

linkCount = selenium.getXpathCount("//a").intValue();

track all the links

for (int i = 0; i < linkCount; i++)
        currentLink = "this.browserbot.getUserWindow().document.links[" + i + "]";
        temp = selenium.getEval(currentLink + ".href");


Get the response code of the URL

URL u = new URL(urlString);
HttpURLConnection huc =  (HttpURLConnection)  u.openConnection();
return huc.getResponseCode();

Then compare response code with 404

This will may solve your problem

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