SELENIUMAgenda:•What is Selenium.•Selenium Features comparing to QTP.•Components of Selenium.•Selenium IDE•Selenium RC•Sel...
FEATURES OF SELENIUM• Selenium is a Functional Automation tool for Web applications.• Selenium is an open source tool (No ...
COMPONETS OF SELENIUM• Selenium is mainly built on 3 components.1.Selenium IDE2.Selenium RC3.Selenium Grid
SELENIUM IDE• IDE stands for Integrated Development Environment.• Which is used for Record and Play back the scripts.• It ...
SELENIUM RC• RC stands for Remote Control.• It is a Server and launches the Browser.• It acts as a API and Library of Sele...
SELENIUM GRID• Selenium Grid is used for launching the multiple  browsers with supported operating system in  parallel.• W...
SELENESE• Selenium commands, often called selenese. The set of these  commands are nothing but test script.• If you want t...
SELENESEGenerally we use the below selenium commands to work on any application:•   Start(): To launch the Browser.•   Ope...
SELENESE•   Check(): To check the check box.•   selectPopUp(): To identify the pop up window.•   selectWindow(): To identi...
TESTING WITH SELENIUM• We can perform Regression testing with selenium by writing Reusable  Scripts in the form of Functio...
Selenium Framework            Environment                            Selenium                                            T...
Selenium Framework drives as below:•   The execution of the script starts, based on the ‘Selenium Driver Script’.•   ‘Sele...
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  1. 1. SELENIUMAgenda:•What is Selenium.•Selenium Features comparing to QTP.•Components of Selenium.•Selenium IDE•Selenium RC•Selenium Grid•Selenese•Testing With Selenium
  2. 2. FEATURES OF SELENIUM• Selenium is a Functional Automation tool for Web applications.• Selenium is an open source tool (No cost Involved in it).• Selenium supports the languages like HTML, Java, PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby and C#.• It supports the browsers like IE, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome and Opera.• It supports the operating systems like Windows, Linux and Mac.• It is very flexible when compared to QTP and other functional tools, because it supports multiple languages.
  3. 3. COMPONETS OF SELENIUM• Selenium is mainly built on 3 components.1.Selenium IDE2.Selenium RC3.Selenium Grid
  4. 4. SELENIUM IDE• IDE stands for Integrated Development Environment.• Which is used for Record and Play back the scripts.• It is an Add on for Mozilla Firefox, which means we can download the Selenium IDE from Mozilla Firefox and we can Record and Run the scripts in Mozilla Firefox only.• Selenium IDE is accountable for user actions.• We can Run the Recorded scripts against other browsers by using Selenium RC.
  5. 5. SELENIUM RC• RC stands for Remote Control.• It is a Server and launches the Browser.• It acts as a API and Library of Selenium.• We need to configure the Selenium RC with the supported language, then we can automate the application.
  6. 6. SELENIUM GRID• Selenium Grid is used for launching the multiple browsers with supported operating system in parallel.• We can run the scripts on different browsers in parallel.• It allows you to easily run multiple tests in parallel, on multiple machines, in a heterogeneous environment.
  7. 7. SELENESE• Selenium commands, often called selenese. The set of these commands are nothing but test script.• If you want to write test scripts for any application, initially you need to integrate Selenium with Java by using Eclipse. (check the Integration doc).• After completion of the integration, First we need to create the selenium object as below.DefaultSelenium selenium=new DefaultSelenium(“System address”, ”Port no of selenium”, “Browser to launch”, “url”).
  8. 8. SELENESEGenerally we use the below selenium commands to work on any application:• Start(): To launch the Browser.• Open(): To open the url.• Close(): To kill or close the Browser.• windowMaximize(): To maximize the window.• Type(): To enter some text into a text box.• Click(): To click on Button, Radio button and Link.• Select(): To select a value or label from combo box or list box or Drop down.
  9. 9. SELENESE• Check(): To check the check box.• selectPopUp(): To identify the pop up window.• selectWindow(): To identify the child window.• selectFrame(): To identify the frame.• getAlert(): To Click ok on alert box.• getConfirmation(): To click ok on confirmation message.• chooseCancelOnNextConfirmation(): To click Cancel on next displayed confirmation message.• chooseOkOnNextConfirmation(): To click Cancel on next displayed confirmation message.
  10. 10. TESTING WITH SELENIUM• We can perform Regression testing with selenium by writing Reusable Scripts in the form of Functions or Methods.• We can perform Retesting with looping concepts.• We can validate the application by using conditional statements.• We can perform Database testing.• Reporting of the test results.• Error handling, particularly unexpected errors.• Test case grouping• Re-execution of failed test cases.
  11. 11. Selenium Framework Environment Selenium Test Results Driver ScriptTest Data Test Cases OR App U T
  12. 12. Selenium Framework drives as below:• The execution of the script starts, based on the ‘Selenium Driver Script’.• ‘Selenium Driver Script’ takes the Url from Environment folder and Test cases form ‘Test Cases’ folder as an input.• In the ‘Test Cases’ folder, all the test cases will be stored and these test cases will take the test data from ‘Test Data’ folder and OR from ‘Object Repository’ folder.• After completion of the execution, the results will be stored in ‘Results’ folder. It contains – Result as ‘Pass’ or ‘Fail’ with the entire test cases what we have given for execution. – All the screen shots of executed test cases.• If test cases are not available in the ‘Test Cases’ folder then the framework will still export the results into result folder saying that there are no test cases are available.
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