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Run Selenium IDE Test on differents browser in 2017

Luc Delmon

Hello I'm having trouble running Selenium test created by Selenium IDE.


My main problem is that I don't know where to go.


I created a test in the Selenium IDE, I can make it work on firefox from the IDE and save it in hmtl, java, python,c# . That was the first ( easy ) part.


I would now like to execute the same test on another browser ( doesn't matter the language but I will focus on letting the test himself either in html or java).


That's where I don't know where to go, The IDE documentation talk about " using a simple command-line interface that invokes the Selenium-RC server. " but on other part of the website you can see that Selenium RC is officially deprecated.


Things seems to be replaced by Selenium 1.0 + Selenium WebDriver where Selenium WebDriver fits in the same role as RC did.

Then on the download page you have this line:

-To run Selenium tests exported from IDE, use the Selenium Html Runner.

with a link to a jar and no documentation at all.


So, today which one should I use :

Selenium-RC server , Selenium WebDriver or the Selenium Html Runner ?


Thanks for your answers,

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Re: Run Selenium IDE Test on differents browser in 2017

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Selenium WebDriver. There are language bindings in a lot of languages (some are java, C#, Ruby, Python, Javascript).


On Friday, June 16, 2017 at 2:34:40 AM UTC-7, Luc Delmon wrote:

Hello I'm having trouble running Selenium test created by Selenium IDE.


My main problem is that I don't know where to go.


I created a test in the Selenium IDE, I can make it work on firefox from the IDE and save it in hmtl, java, python,c# . That was the first ( easy ) part.


I would now like to execute the same test on another browser ( doesn't matter the language but I will focus on letting the test himself either in html or java).


That's where I don't know where to go, The IDE documentation talk about " using a simple command-line interface that invokes the Selenium-RC server. " but on other part of the website you can see that Selenium RC is officially deprecated.


Things seems to be replaced by Selenium 1.0 + Selenium WebDriver where Selenium WebDriver fits in the same role as RC did.

Then on the download page you have this line:

-To run Selenium tests exported from IDE, use the Selenium Html Runner.

with a link to a jar and no documentation at all.


So, today which one should I use :

Selenium-RC server , Selenium WebDriver or the Selenium Html Runner ?


Thanks for your answers,

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Re: Run Selenium IDE Test on differents browser in 2017

Luc Delmon
So there is no interest in using the Selenium Html Runner ?

It could maybe prevent to have to export the test into an other language.

Le vendredi 16 juin 2017 18:10:55 UTC+2, Shawn McCarthy a écrit :
Selenium WebDriver. There are language bindings in a lot of languages (some are java, C#, Ruby, Python, Javascript).


On Friday, June 16, 2017 at 2:34:40 AM UTC-7, Luc Delmon wrote:

Hello I'm having trouble running Selenium test created by Selenium IDE.


My main problem is that I don't know where to go.


I created a test in the Selenium IDE, I can make it work on firefox from the IDE and save it in hmtl, java, python,c# . That was the first ( easy ) part.


I would now like to execute the same test on another browser ( doesn't matter the language but I will focus on letting the test himself either in html or java).


That's where I don't know where to go, The IDE documentation talk about " using a simple command-line interface that invokes the Selenium-RC server. " but on other part of the website you can see that Selenium RC is officially deprecated.


Things seems to be replaced by Selenium 1.0 + Selenium WebDriver where Selenium WebDriver fits in the same role as RC did.

Then on the download page you have this line:

-To run Selenium tests exported from IDE, use the Selenium Html Runner.

with a link to a jar and no documentation at all.


So, today which one should I use :

Selenium-RC server , Selenium WebDriver or the Selenium Html Runner ?


Thanks for your answers,

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