Gopi Krishna Kancharla Thank you Mark. On Sunday, September 30, 1: Assuming the field with ID someField currently has focus: I can see that many events, such as “blur” might not trigger until some other field gets the focus. For instance, we recently tested a JSP form with a few dozen dropdown lists single and multi-select , checkboxes, and a plethora of radio buttons. Shubham Jain 7, 5 29 Is the JavascriptLibrary a new feature of Selenium 2?

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[selenium-users] How to emulate a blur event in WebDriver?

The Selenium click command offers basic locator click functionality. How to click on a object or fire event in Selenium Ask Question.

Sun, 30 Sep JavascriptExecutor I believe doesn’t require you to return anything. Clicking on a text box necessarily blurs the currently focused element unless it happens to be the same one as the one currently focused — You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups “Selenium Users” group.


The Selenium ‘click’ command

The golden rule of web application testing states that “You can find a number of bugs by simply clicking randomly on various places.

Unless my memory is going with age… From: Peter Gale Daniel Interesting Thanks subham pointing out. To unsubscribe from this group, send email to selenium-user Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled.

A response to Mark’s earlier post that I didn’t look through in detail last time around. I am facing a strnge issue, when i am trying to click on “C” link displayed in the attachment.

C contains in “a” tag while you are trying to find c in “li” tag. Browser Versions Firefox 3, 3.

Its because your xpath is wrong. To put it in simple words, the click command emulates a click operation for a link, button, checkbox or radio button. Unless my memory is going fireeevent age.

To view this discussion on the web visit. Using FF 40, selenium webdriver 2. David A response to Mark’s wbdriver post that I didn’t look through in detail last time around. Assuming the field with ID someField currently has focus: Alternatively, you could again, assuming someField already has focusdo something like press the tab key: Shubham Jain 7, 5 29 While Shubham’s point is perfectly valid, I would simplify it down to using a “link text” locator: On Sunday, September 30, Post as a guest Selenjum.


Sep 30, at Mark Collin It’s been around as long as I can remember, a least a year? Please observe the link description marked in Red.

Handling events like focus or blur in selenium with “fireEvent” command

Gopi Krishna Kancharla Thank you Mark. I am over conscious to look at events and thought “linkText” may not help. The following command invocation simulates a click on a button element named myButton.