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Selenium2: C#/NUnit: Alert window problem.

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Selenium2: C#/NUnit: Alert window problem.

Post by pamopl on Wed Jun 01, 2011 3:53 am

Hi all , I have question about alert window. I would like check if the
text on the alert window is correct. I have following part of code (I'm using c# and NUnit):

IWebElement inafns = _driver.FindElement(By.Id("sc_Infants"));

(below part of codes is correct and working)

Alert window:

How I can check that text on the screenshot is correct? I've tried with IAlert interface, but without success:

IAlert alert = _driver.SwitchTo().Alert();


Maybe anyone knows how can I do it?


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Re: Selenium2: C#/NUnit: Alert window problem.

Post by ChuckFirment on Wed Aug 24, 2011 4:11 am


It appears that the alert is part of the web page. Using the Firefox add-on Firebug, you can probably get the location of the alert and simply check its text properties.

That's how I'm checking a similar alert in my tests. Good luck.


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