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How to share one browser between 2 classes?

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How to share one browser between 2 classes?

Post by oldie on Thu Jan 23, 2014 3:13 am

I have 2 classes:


public class Try {

      private Selenium selenium;   

      @Before

      public void setUp() throws Exception {

            WebDriver driver = new FirefoxDriver();

            String baseUrl = link; //(sorry I am not allowed to put a link as a new member)

            selenium = new WebDriverBackedSelenium(driver, baseUrl);   

      }    

      @Test

      public void testing() throws Exception{        

            shared.logIn call_logIn = new shared.logIn();  

            Selenium selenium = call_logIn.login();        

            selenium.type("id=gbqfq", "Best");

      }


it calls:

public class logIn {

               private Selenium selenium;          

               public Selenium login() throws Exception{       

                              WebDriver driver = new FirefoxDriver();

                              String baseUrl = link; //(sorry again I am not allowed to put a link as a new member)

                              selenium = new WebDriverBackedSelenium(driver, baseUrl);

                              selenium.open("#q=test");
                        
                              return selenium;
               }

 1. the first class  calls the second

2. the second opens link and returns to the first class

3. the first class types in the input box 'Best'

The problem is: the first class opens browser, then the second class opens another one.

How I can do everything in one browser?

oldie

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