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Sign up using Facebook. You can fire events in Selenium 2: Thanks subham pointing out. Click command is only capable of clicking on a specific element locator. Can someone help where i am going wrong, are there any better ways. Shubham Jain 7, 5 29 TAB Manually firing events is a worse and more fiddly way to.

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To put it in simple words, the click command emulates a click operation for a link, button, checkbox or radio button. The following command invocation simulates a click on a button element named myButton selenium.

You only need that if you are expecting a return value. TAB Manually firing events is a worse and more fiddly way to test than just doing what a user would do: To post to this group, send seleinum to selenium-users googlegroups. 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 selenuum this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups “Selenium Users” group.

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

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It’s more javascript code to deal with in writing the execution code, but it would be the same as executing code that developers write in javascript to trigger blur event in an application. If it’s been there all along, must be something not well publicized compared to JavascriptExecutor. I am facing a strnge issue, when i am trying to click on “C” link displayed in the attachment. I’d really not rely on it as it’s liable to change without notice.

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

But a user can’t “blur” a text field, so it doesn’t make a lot of sense for your test to do so. It would be less dependent on the internals of Selenium to do the same thing. Maybe you could click on the body tag, or a fireegent, or some text, or press the tab button. Using FF 40, selenium webdriver 2. Thanks subham pointing out. Next, consider the following test cases to understand how the Selenium click command works in various languages.

If you’re aiming to simulate what happens when a user leaves a field by.

The Selenium ‘click’ command

On Sunday, September 30, 1: I am over conscious to look at events and thought “linkText” may not help. It’s been around as long as I can remember, a least a year? How to click on a object or fire event in Selenium Ask Question.


Assuming the field with ID someField currently has focus: In contrast, simulating these clicks using Selenium not only saved crucial manual testing effort, it helped uncover a number of important bugs in the application as well.

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Alternatively, you could again, assuming someField already has focusdo something like press the tab key: How to use the Selenium Click command To put it in simple words, the click command emulates a click operation for a link, button, checkbox or radio button. While Shubham’s point is perfectly valid, I would simplify it down to using a “link text” locator:. In the IDE, I use this line: I can see that many events, such as “blur” might not trigger until some other field gets the focus.