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

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Running Watir webdriver scripts in Browser Stack Environment

Running Watir webdriver scripts in Browser Stack Environment

Why it is required?:

If we need to run the scripts in more than 5 machines with different OS and browser versions then we may need to invest more in infrasturure. To aviod this, we will have Test server in Browserstack.

 

1. Create trail account in http://www.browserstack.com/

2. Copy the Authentication URL from your acoutn page

3. Run the below code

require ‘rubygems’
require ‘watir-webdriver’

include Selenium

caps = WebDriver::Remote::Capabilities.htmlunit(:javascript_enabled => true)
caps.platform = :WINDOWS
caps[:name] = “Watir WebDriver”
caps[:browser] = “chrome”
caps.version = 20
caps[“browserstack.debug”] = “true”
caps[“browserstack.tunnel”] = true

browser = Watir::Browser.new(:remote,
:url => “PASTE BTASCK URL HERE”, # Sample http://raveendran:x6XqqrJzJ9gUZ7sr@hub.browserstack.com/wd/hub
:desired_capabilities => caps)

browser.goto “http://google.com/”

sleep 9 # You should use wait methods instead of sleep
puts browser.title
browser.quit

Pros:

Easy implementation with any exisitng framework

Cons:

The execution speed will be 2x~3x slow when comparing with your local machine execution.

Ruby · selenium · Selenium-webdriver · watir

Get the Version detail of opened Selenium/Watir Webdriver Browser

Code for Selenium WebDriver IE Browser :

require 'rubygems'

require 'selenium-webdriver'

br=Selenium::WebDriver.for :ie

ie=br.execute_script("return navigator.userAgent;")

# Ex. "Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 9.0; Windows NT 6.1; Trident/5.0; SLCC2; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 3.0.30729; .NET4.0C)"

puts ie.split("MSIE ")[1].split(";")[0]

OUTPUT  –> 9.0

——————————————————————————————————————————————-

Code for Selenium WebDriver Firefox Browser :

require 'selenium-webdriver'

br=Selenium::WebDriver.for :ff

ff=br.execute_script("return navigator.userAgent;")

# Ex. "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:12.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/12.0"

puts ff.split("/")[-1]

OUTPUT  –> 12.0

——————————————————————————————————————————————-

Code for Watir WebDriver IE Browser :

require 'rubygems'

require 'watir-webdriver'

br=Watir::Browser.new :ie

ie=br.execute_script("return navigator.userAgent;")

puts ie.split("MSIE ")[1].split(";")[0]

OUTPUT  –> 9.0

——————————————————————————————————————————————-

Code for Watir WebDriver Firefox Browser :

require 'rubygems'

require 'watir-webdriver'

br=Watir::Browser.new :ff

ff=br.execute_script("return navigator.userAgent;")

puts  ff.split("/")[-1]

OUTPUT  –> 12.0

——————————————————————————————————————————————-

Automation · cheat sheet · maximize · resize window · Ruby · selenium · selenium-webdriver · Selenium-webdriver · watir-webdriver

Verify the Element Height/Width in different browser dimensions using Selenium/Watir Webdriver

Selenium WebDriver Code :

require 'rubygems'
require 'selenium-webdriver'

browser=Selenium::WebDriver.for :ie

browser.navigate.to(“google.com”)

width1=browser.find_element(:id,’hplogo’).style(“width”)
height1=browser.find_element(:id,’hplogo’).style(“height”)

browser.manage.window.resize_to(200,600)
width2=browser.find_element(:id,’hplogo’).style(“width”)
height2=browser.find_element(:id,’hplogo’).style(“height”)

if width1=width2
puts “Test Case Passed : Width is not changed”
else
puts “Test Case Failed : Width is changed”
end
if height1=height2
puts “Test Case Passed : Height is not changed”
else
puts “Test Case Failed : Height is changed”
end

browser.close

OUTPUT:

Test Case Passed : Width is not changed
Test Case Passed : Height is not changed

Watir WebDriver Code :

require 'rubygems'
require 'watir-webdriver'

browser=Watir::Browser.new :ie

browser.goto(“google.com”)

width1=browser.div(:id,’hplogo’).style(“width”)
height1=browser.div(:id,’hplogo’).style(“height”)

browser.window.resize_to(200, 200)

width2=browser.div(:id,’hplogo’).style(“width”)
height2=browser.div(:id,’hplogo’).style(“height”)

if width1=width2
puts “Test Case Passed : Width is not changed”
else
puts “Test Case Failed : Width is changed”
end
if height1=height2
puts “Test Case Passed : Height is not changed”
else
puts “Test Case Failed : Height is changed”
end

browser.close

 

OUTPUT: 

Test Case Passed : Width is not changed
Test Case Passed : Height is not changed

 

Auto Complete · Ruby · watir-webdriver

Automating ‘Auto Complete’ text field using Watir-WebDriver

Requirement:

1. Navigate to Google.com

2. Type “Ravee” in text Field
 3. Select “Raveendran” from Auto Complete option from Suggested option.
Steps to Solve the issues:
1. Navigate to Google.com
2. Type “Rav” in text Field
3. Using IE Developer Tool Bar –> Click The suggested Option (So You will get the source code for suggestion lists)
4. Find the parent id –> Ex. It should TABLE mostly.
So we have Table id/name/class
5. Collect All the Rows under this table
6. Check the text for each and every row
7. If Any one of the row matches  “Raveendran”
8. Then Simply Click It
Code:

require 'rubygems'
require 'watir-webdriver'

browser=Watir::Browser.new :ie
browser.goto("google.com")

browser.text_field(:name,"q").set("Ravee")
sleep 3
auto_content=browser.table(:class,'gssb_m').trs

auto_content.each do |g|
  if g.text.downcase == "raveendran"
    g.click
    sleep 3
    break
  end
end

 

Demo –> http://bit.ly/j_autocomplete_watir

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
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