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Problem with Selenium RC, can't find objects in Junit.

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Problem with Selenium RC, can't find objects in Junit.

Post by Bande on Wed Mar 24, 2010 8:26 pm

Hi!

I have a problem with running Junit tests with selenium RC. When running the tests on Internet Explorer, selenium can't find the objects (Buttons etc). If I try with Xpath Browser the path is found but when I am running the tests Selenium complain that the object is not found:
Example:
selenium.click("xpath=//a[contains(@href,'submit')][text()='Done']");
Gives
ERROR: Element xpath=//a[contains(@href,'submit')][text()='Done'] not found

I have tried with different xpath but can't get it to work (and I am quite sure that the xpath is correct). Have I missed something?
Bande

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Re: Problem with Selenium RC, can't find objects in Junit.

Post by Adviser on Thu Mar 25, 2010 11:52 am

hi,

Try to use the following things and lets will it work or not:

1. If your xpath is correct, remove "xpath=".
2. If only one submit button/link present on the page, try to use "link=submit" as locator instead of xpath
3. Or try this "selenium.click("xpath=//a[contains(@href,'submit')]");"

If none of them work, give the URL of the page, I will give you a xpath which works. Hope this will help you.

Best of luck.

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