Automation · Jazzez · jquery · QA · Ruby · selenium · selenium-webdriver · watir-webdriver

Watir Webdriver and JQuery

Most of the time in internet explorer, JQuery automation is little bit tricky and we need to use some methods like below only for IE browsers.

Put the below methods in to your library folder

def trigger_jquery_change(element)
$browser.execute_script(“$(‘##{element}’).change()”)
end

def trigger_jquery_onblur(element)
$browser.execute_script(“$(‘##{element}’).blur()”)
end
Script section(Including page object)

@SOME_SELECT_FIELD=$browser.select_list(:id,’ID_OF_THE_TEXT_FIELD’)

@SOME_SELECT_FIELD.when_present.select(@ANY_OPTION)
if @browser_name == “ie”
trigger_jquery_change(@SOME_SELECT_FIELD)
end

if @browser_name == “ie”
trigger_jquery_onblur(@SOME_SELECT_FIELD)
end

 

I hope there is no need to explain this code. if required please feel free to end mail to jazzezravi@gmail.com

Automation · Blogroll · firefox · QA · selenium · Selenium-webdriver · watir-webdriver

Watir / Selenium Web Driver – Browser Downloads — Solution to download pdf files automatically in firefox 20+ version

 

Solution to download pdf files automatically in firefox 20+ version using Selenium webdriver or Watir webdriver

 

Description:

I have tried to save PDF files automatically using the below link — http://watirwebdriver.com/browser-downloads/  and I have followed the same as per the mentioned page and reference website. But still the firefox browser not downloaded PDF files automatically.

Reason:

In Firefox latest versions, They have added new function called as ‘Portable Document Format’ which causes the issue

Solution:

Please try the below code for latest firefox versions.

download_directory = "#{Dir.pwd}/downloads"

download_directory.gsub!("/", "\\") if Selenium::WebDriver::Platform.windows?
profile = Selenium::WebDriver::Firefox::Profile.new
profile['browser.download.folderList'] = 2 # custom location
profile['browser.download.dir'] = download_directory
profile['browser.helperApps.neverAsk.saveToDisk'] = "text/csv,application/pdf"

profile[‘pdfjs.disabled’] = true
profile[‘pdfjs.firstRun’] = false

b = Watir::Browser.new :firefox, :profile => profile
Note:
profile[‘pdfjs.disabled’] = true
profile[‘pdfjs.firstRun’] = false
These 2 lines are added. Thats it 🙂
cheat sheet · QA · Ruby · Ruby 1.9 · ruby excercise · selenium · selenium-webdriver · Selenium-webdriver · watir · watir-webdriver

Custom HTML report for Ruby(Watir/Selenium) Base Automation framework

Requirement:

Sample HTML report for any ruby based Automation Testing Framework

Installation/Changes :

1. Create code.rb file and paste the below code.

2. Create folder named as Results in the same location.

Code:

def get_time_name
$time=Time.now
$time_name="#{$time.hour.to_s}-#{$time.min.to_s}-#{$time.sec.to_s}-#{$time.day.to_s}-#{$time.mon.to_s}-#{$time.year.to_s}"
$result_date = "#{$time.day.to_s}-#{$time.month.to_s}-#{$time.year.to_s}"
end
def create_report
get_time_name
@result_file_name="Report"+"-"+$time_name
@full_file_name="Results/#{@result_file_name}.html"
$report=File.open(@full_file_name,'w')
end
def insert_head_title(title)
$report.puts "<html><head>
<title> #{title} </title>
</head>"
end
def start_table
$report=File.open(@full_file_name,'a')
$report.puts "<table border=1>
<tr>
<th>Test Case Name</th>
<th>Test Case Description</th>
<th>Browser Name</th>
<th>Result</th>
<th>Remarks</th>
</tr>"
$report.close
end
def insert_reportname_date(name,date)
$report.puts "<body bgcolor='#5CB3FF'>
<p align='left' size=2>
<b><img src='https://encrypted-tbn1.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQB0l0xnGOHuRPFMMMi-OVg39nfAU1Ogvxr7Okk7DD8ZpqlMF9r'></img> </b>
</p>
<p size=12>
<center> <b><u>#{name} </u></b></center>
</p>
<p align='right' size=12>
<b>Date: #{date} </b>
</p>"
$report.close
end
def report_row(*details)
$report=File.open(@full_file_name,'a')
name=details[0]
desc=details[1]
browser=details[2]
result=details[3]
reason=details[4]
if result.downcase == "pass"
$report.puts "<tr>
<td>#{name}</td>
<td> #{desc}</td>
<td> #{browser} </td>
<td bgcolor='green'>#{result}</td>
<td>#{reason}</td>
</tr>"
else
$report.puts "<tr>
<td>#{name}</td>
<td> #{desc}</td>
<td> #{browser} </td>
<td bgcolor='red'>#{result}</td>
<td>#{reason}</td>
</tr>"
end
$report.close
end
def close_table
$report=File.open(@full_file_name,'a')
$report.puts "</table></br>"
$report.close
end
def summary_report(overall,passed,failed)
$report_overall=overall
$report_pass=passed
$report_fail=failed
$report=File.open(@full_file_name,'a')
$report.puts "<p> <b>Total Test cases : #{$report_overall} </b></p>
<p> <b>Passed : #{$report_pass} </b></p>
<p> <b>Failed : #{$report_fail} </b></p>
</body>
</html>"
$report.close
end

create_report
insert_head_title("Raveendran -- Sample HTML Report")
insert_reportname_date("My Test Report",$result_date )
start_table
report_row("Check Google Home Page","Check The Title in Google Home Page","IE","PASS","Title Present")
report_row("Check Google Home Page","Check The Title in Google Home Page","FF","FAIL","Title Not Present")
close_table
summary_report(2,1,1)

 

Output HTML File:

pdf · QA · Ruby · watir-webdriver

Convert web page(using Watir-Webdriver) to PDF File (Its my 150th post :) )

Question/Requirement:

1. I just navigated to the webpage “http://humblelittlerubybook.com/book/hlrb.pdf&#8221;

2. I want to Save the web page as a PDF File.

Solution:

1. Install Ruby

2. Install Watir-webdriver (CMD>gem install watir-webdriver)

3. Register Autoitx3.dll (https://raveendran.wordpress.com/2012/06/15/how-to-installregister-autoitx3-dll/)

4. Run the Below Script

Code:

require 'rubygems'
require 'watir-webdriver'
require 'win32ole'

ie=Watir::Browser.new :ie
ie.goto(“http://humblelittlerubybook.com/book/hlrb.pdf&#8221;)

sleep 15
$autoit = WIN32OLE.new(“AutoItX3.Control”)

$autoit.Send(“{ALTDOWN}”)
sleep 3
$autoit.Send(“f”)
sleep 3
$autoit.Send(“{ALTUP}”)
sleep 3

$autoit.Send(“{DOWN}”)
sleep 3
$autoit.Send(“{DOWN}”)
sleep 1
$autoit.Send(“{DOWN}”)
sleep 1
$autoit.Send(“{DOWN}”)
sleep 1
$autoit.Send(“{DOWN}”)
sleep 1
$autoit.Send(“{DOWN}”)
sleep 1
$autoit.Send(“{ENTER}”)
sleep 10
$autoit.Send(“D:\\test1.pdf”)
sleep 3
$autoit.Send(“{TAB}”)
sleep 1
$autoit.Send(“{TAB}”)
sleep 1
$autoit.Send(“{ENTER}”)
sleep 1

Note:

1. Depends upon your browser you may need to add/remove the {TAB} and {DOWN}  lines

2. Change the destination folder.

Output:

PDF file saved in the mentioned location D:\\test1.pdf

cucumber · QA · rspec · Testing · watir

RSpec + Watir WebDriver

Installation:

1. Install Ruby

2. CMD>gem install watir-webdriver

3. CMD>gem install rspec

Code:

google_search.rb

require 'rubygems'
require 'watir-webdriver'

class Google
def search(browser,term,result)

if browser.downcase=="ie"
br= :ie
elsif browser.downcase=="ff"
br= :ff
elsif browser.downcase=="chrome"
br= :chrome
else
br= :ie
end

$ie=Watir::Browser.new br
$ie.goto("http://google.com")
$ie.text_field(:name,'q').set(term)
sleep 3
$ie.button(:name,'btnG').click
sleep 3
$result=$ie.text.downcase.include?(result)

$ie.close
end

end

googleSearch_spec.rb

require 'rubygems'
require 'rspec'
require 'google_search'

describe Google, "#Searchresult" do
it "returns the expected result in search result page" do
bowling = Google.new
bowling.search("chrome","Raveendran","ruby")
$result.should eq(true)
end
end

describe Google, "#Searchresult" do
it "returns the expected result in search result page" do
bowling = Google.new
bowling.search("chrome","Raveendran","wordpress")
$result.should eq(true)
end
end

describe Google, "#Searchresult" do
it "returns the expected result in search result page" do
bowling = Google.new
bowling.search("chrome","Watir, Selenium,Cucumber highline","raveendran")
$result.should eq(true)
end
end

describe Google, "#Searchresult" do
it "returns the expected result in search result page" do
bowling = Google.new
bowling.search("chrome","Ruby highline","raveendran")
$result.should eq(true)
end
end

RUN THE RSPEC code:

1. Navigate to the folder where files available

>rspec googleSearch_spec.rb

 

OUTPUT:

It will launch Chrome browser and will execute the test cases. Finally You will get the output like,

Started ChromeDriver
port=4113
version=14.0.836.0
.Started ChromeDriver
port=4164
version=14.0.836.0
.Started ChromeDriver
port=4218
version=14.0.836.0
.Started ChromeDriver
port=4260
version=14.0.836.0
.

Finished in 77.28 seconds
4 examples, 0 failures

 

cheat · cheat sheet · QA · Ruby 1.9 · ruby excercise · watir · watir-webdriver

Watir-webdriver cheatsheet

Getting Started

Load the Watir Webdriver library

require 'watir-webdriver'

Open a browser (Ex: Internet Explorer)

driver = Watir::Browser.new :ie

Go to a specified URL

driver.goto 'http://www.orbitz.com/'

Close the browser

driver.close

Access an Element

Type something in the Text box or text area

driver.text_field(:id,'airOrigin').set("MAA")

To Clear the text from text field 

driver.text_field(:id,'airOrigin').clear

Button

To click the button
driver.button(:id,'BUTTON_ID'').click

Drop down list

To select the value from list
driver.select_list(:id,'airStartTime').select("1 am")

To get the selected value from select field
 driver.select_list(:id,'airStartTime').value

Check box

To clik the check box

driver.checkbox(:id,'airNonStopsPreferred').click
OR
driver.checkbox(:id,'airNonStopsPreferred').set
To know the clicked? or not ?
driver.checkbox(:id,'airNonStopsPreferred').set?

Radio button driver.radio(:id,'htlChoice').click

To verify Flights radio button selected or not

driver.radio(:id,'htlChoice').set?

#if it returns TRUE then radio button already selected.

To get the title of the webpage puts driver.title

Return true if the specified text appears on the TAG

 puts driver.li(:class,'welcomeText').text.include("Welcome to Orbitz")

To Click SPAN Elements driver.span(:text,'Find Flights').click
fitnesse · QA · Ruby · Testing · watir

Watir — Integration with Fitnesse

Fitnesse –Open source Test managment and acceptance testing tool

Watir –Open source Functional testing tool

 

1. Download the JAR file from http://fitnesse.org/FrontPage.FitNesseDevelopment.DownLoad

2. Save it in d:\fitnesse\fitnesse.jar

3. Install Ruby

4. Install the gem fit with the help of command

>gem install fit

>gem install watir

5. Open Command Prompt and navigate to

D:\fitness>java -jar fitnesse.jar

FitNesse (v20100103) Started…
port:              80
root page:         fitnesse.wiki.FileSystemPage at ./FitNesseRoot
logger:            none
authenticator:     fitnesse.authentication.PromiscuousAuthenticator
html page factory: fitnesse.html.HtmlPageFactory
page version expiration set to 14 days.

6. Open Browser and Navigate to “http://localhost/&#8221;

7. Click Properties or Navigate to “http://localhost/FrontPage?properties&#8221;

Change as per the snapshot and click Save Properties


8. Click “Edit”

Paste this code

!define COMMAND_PATTERN {ruby -I %p C:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/fit-1.2/bin/FitServer.rb}
!path D:/fit
!|mytest.Division|
|term|result_term|search?|
|Raveendran |music |true|
|Ruby |program |true|

9. In D:\ create folder named as “fit”
“Fit” folder should contain another one forlder named as “mytest”
“mytest” folder should contain “division.rb”

10.

Open division.rb file

paste the code

require ‘fit/column_fixture’
require ‘rubygems’
require ‘watir’

module Mytest

class Division < Fit::ColumnFixture
attr_accessor :term, :result_term
def search
@ie=Watir::IE.new
@ie.goto(“google.com”)
puts “Entering Term”
@ie.text_field(:name,’q’).set(@term)
@ie.button(:name,’btnG’).click
@output = @ie.text.include?(@result_term)
@ie.close
return @output

end
end

end

11. Click “Test” in “http://localhost&#8221;

12. Fitnesse will provide the test result for your definitions. For ex, see the snapshot