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Enable to click on 'find hotels' using Selenium-Java

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Enable to click on 'find hotels' using Selenium-Java

Post by ashvini on Mon Aug 05, 2013 8:28 am


I am using Selenium (web driver) - Java. I picked a travel site to do demo of automation.
On this travel site, at home webpage, I need to place following input before submit the form.
1-Provide City name
2-Date from and Date To
3-Click on Find hotel button.

I am able to do following:
1- Done
2- Done
3- Unable to click on Find hotel button.

On 3rd step, whenever I am clicking on 'Find button' through selenium code, it redirect page to some other website (not sure from where its redirection is coming).
My question is: is I am doing something wrong? Below are the details:

Web page source code:
   <div class="clear"></div>
                        <div class='multiSearchBox' >
                                <div class='clear'></div>
                        <div class="block_bottom">
                        <div class="bottom">
                        <button class="search" type="submit">Find Hotels</button>
                        <input type="hidden" name="passengers" autocomplete="off" value="">

                        <div class="clear"></div>

here is the button code which shows up in inspect element:
<button class="search" type="submit">Find Hotels</button>

Here is my code:
public void SubmitForm() {
WebElement Submit = Driver.findElement(By.className("search"));

I tried with following as well:;

But no luck.
However, I am getting button label: 'Find Hotels' in output but page gets re-directed to some other search page.
Doing manual click 'Find hotels' button on web page works fine.

I tried with Chrome and Friefox, I am facing same problem.
Please see if some can help.


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Re: Enable to click on 'find hotels' using Selenium-Java

Post by rohit13 on Mon Sep 16, 2013 7:22 pm


driver.findElement(By.xpath("//button[text()='Find Hotels'])).click();

Radical QA


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