Parallel WD and Synchronous Parallel WD
The parallelized version looks like this:
As you can see, the test logic is identical. The only difference is declaring the array of browsers. The synchronous flavor follows exactly the same principals, but is based on the wd-sync library, which lets you write your tests in a more classical, procedural way. Here is an example:
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This code, which runs on the Pivotal example page from the Sauce cloud, outputs the results to your console after running in parallel across Firefox and Chrome on Linux and Windows. You can run it across even more browsers in parallel by adding additional desired capabilities to the tests. To contribute to these projects, visit wd.js on Github. Happy testing!
But as soon as I click 'save' button on the page, the record is saved with the 1st value - 'Harry'. I could not find the answer on why the new value is not saved. Html looks like. Harry Harry Simon Robin Brian Rupert Greg Appreciate any clue.
Changing innerText value might not bring expected result in your case. You can try to click on drop-down and select required option just like real user do: driver.findElement(By.xpath('xpathForDropDownButton')).click; driver.findElement(By.xpath('//litext='Simon')).click; You might also need to wait some time until required elements become clickable: WebDriverWait wait = new WebDriverWait(driver, 15); wait.until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(By.xpath('xpathForDropDownButton'))).click; wait.until(ExpectedConditions.elementToBeClickable(By.xpath('//litext='Simon'))).click.