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Friday, 13 December 2013

Webdriver : All Possible ways for DragAndDrop

In WebDriver we have different ways for performing DragAndDrop operations.
Following are the possible ways for handling DragAndDrop

METHOD 1:

// Create Actions object passing in a WebDriver object
            Actions builder = new Actions(driver);

            // Chain some calls together and call build
            Action dragAndDrop = builder.clickAndHold(someElement)
            .moveToElement(otherElement)
            .release(otherElement)
            .build();

            // Perform the actions
            dragAndDrop.perform();
METHOD 2:
            WebElement source = driver.findElement(By.id("draggable"));
            WebElement target = driver.findElement(By.id("droppable"));
            Actions builder = new Actions(driver);
            builder.dragAndDrop(source, target).perform();
            try{
            assertEquals("Dropped!", target.getText());
            } catch (Error e) {
            verificationErrors.append(e.toString());
            }

METHOD 3:
Actions builder = new Actions(driver);
           builder.clickAndHold(SOURCEELEMENT)
           .moveByOffset(10, 50).release().perform(); 
 
METHOD 4:
Action dragAndDrop = builder.dragAndDropBy(SourceElement, 10, 20)
               .build();
                dragAndDrop.perform();




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Wednesday, 11 December 2013

All possible ways for handling frames / iframes using Selenium Webdriver

Following are the possible ways for handling Frames

1.If Frame is having the element properties like name/value
webdriver.switchTo().frame("frame name/value");
2.If Frame is having index
webdriver.switchTo().frame(index);
3.If the Frame Properties or changing dynamically / if u want to perform using frame xpath / css path
webdriver.switchTo().frame(webdriver.findElement(By.xpath(elementxpath));
webdriver.switchTo().frame(webdriver.findElement(By.cssSelector(elementcsspath));
Note: finally if you want to make operation out of the frame first you need get out of the frame following is the statement for that
driver.switchTo().defaultContent();

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Handling table tags using Selenium Webdriver

While working with dynamic tables using Selenium Webdriver, following procedure could help you 


int tdSize = webdriver.findElements(By.xpath("//table[indexValue/xpathFromitsParentElenment]//td")).size();        for(int i=1;i<tdSize;i++)        {           if(webdriver.findElements(By.xpath("//table[indexValue/xpathFromitsParentElenment]//td[i]//div")).size()!=0)
           //if we have the div element in side td tag then the condition get passed
            {
              System.out.println("Data in <div> tag:"+webdriver.findElement(By.xpath("
//table[indexValue/xpathFromitsParentElenment]//td[i]//div")).getText());
          //for printing the content in the inner div tag
        }
           //if we have the div element in side td tag then the condition get passed
            {              System.out.println("Data in <div> tag:"+webdriver.findElement(By.xpath("//table[indexValue/xpathFromitsParentElenment]//td[i]//div")).getText());
          //for printing the content in the inner div tag
        }
          //for printing the content in the inner div tag        }}


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