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Run Test cases with different browser on same system

Post by ZAHIR HUSSAIN on Mon Jun 08, 2015 10:40 pm

Hello All,

I have set of test cases the first set of TC's should run in IE browser after next set of TC's should run in firefox in same system.
Both browsers installed in the same system , How I can achieve above run.

Please let me know.

-Zahir Hussain


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Run Test cases with different browser on same system

Post by vgandra on Wed Jun 24, 2015 1:32 am

Hi Zahir,

You can run rest cases with different browsers on same system using TestNG.

Modify the your script so that it will run using testng.xml file. You can get the all information from TestNG website or some other online tutorials

Now group your test cases using TestNG annotations and create two XML files let say testngff.xml and testngie.xml.
Follow the below steps:

open workspace folder->create new folder with name as "lib"->paste all jars used in project classes including selenium-server-standalone jar, testng jar, and etc.
Step 2:
open cmd->change directory to workspace folder of above project-> then execute below command "set classpath=path of workspace/bin;path of workspace/lib/*;"  Now run below command
"java org.testng.TestNG testng.xml"  - Test cases mentioned in the testng.xml will executed
Step 3:
Now create two testng.xml file one for IE and another for FF. open two command prompts and repeat STEP 2.

That's it. If you have any problem send me reply Very Happy



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