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  1. #1
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    Post Flash with Selenium.

    Hi all,

    I am trying to automate the flex application using selenium tool. I referred few examples given in sites as the out result related to GeoCities web site which is no longer available so I am not bale to get any out result.

    If any one have any solution for this please help me to solve this.

    Thanks in advance,
    Lipsa


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    Re: Flash with Selenium.

    Hi lispa,

    I think you are unable to find the objects using Selenium IDE or RC....
    below are the possible solutions to identify objects using selenium:
    --Selenium only interacts with html, unless you use javascript extensions.
    So if you can write javascript that clicks the button, you can run that from selenium.

    --if you are unable to identify the objects, recompile the source code with selenium flex add on to recognize the flash components.

    -- Alternatively, you can register an external function in your swf that calls the same function that the button calls and then use the selenium.getEval() function to execute the external javascript function for the swf.

    Last edited by ch.bhaskar.mca; 03-31-2011 at 01:40 AM.
    --cheers
    Bhaskar Kumar

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    Re: Flash with Selenium.

    Thanks Bhaskar,

    I am able to capture few objects by using flex add on, which is support by only Mozilla-Firefox. But my application runs well in IE7 and too bad for Mozilla-Firefox or other browsers. So un able to capture maximum objects. Please suggest.

    And regarding your last point, i am not clear how to implement that. If you have any POC please share with me.

    Regards,
    Lipsa


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    Re: Flash with Selenium.

    Hi Lispa,

    better change the browser settings. Might be Problem with your browser settings.

    --cheers
    Bhaskar Kumar

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    Re: Flash with Selenium.

    I think you need to change setting in browser


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