Class EventFiringWebDriver

    • Constructor Detail

      • EventFiringWebDriver

        public EventFiringWebDriver​(WebDriver driver)
        Deprecated.
    • Method Detail

      • get

        public void get​(java.lang.String url)
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: WebDriver
        Load a new web page in the current browser window. This is done using an HTTP POST operation, and the method will block until the load is complete (with the default 'page load strategy'. This will follow redirects issued either by the server or as a meta-redirect from within the returned HTML. Should a meta-redirect "rest" for any duration of time, it is best to wait until this timeout is over, since should the underlying page change whilst your test is executing the results of future calls against this interface will be against the freshly loaded page. Synonym for WebDriver.Navigation.to(String).

        See W3C WebDriver specification for more details.

        Specified by:
        get in interface WebDriver
        Parameters:
        url - The URL to load. Must be a fully qualified URL
        See Also:
        PageLoadStrategy
      • getCurrentUrl

        public java.lang.String getCurrentUrl()
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: WebDriver
        Get a string representing the current URL that the browser is looking at.

        See W3C WebDriver specification for more details.

        Specified by:
        getCurrentUrl in interface WebDriver
        Returns:
        The URL of the page currently loaded in the browser
      • getTitle

        public java.lang.String getTitle()
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: WebDriver
        Get the title of the current page.

        See W3C WebDriver specification for more details.

        Specified by:
        getTitle in interface WebDriver
        Returns:
        The title of the current page, with leading and trailing whitespace stripped, or null if one is not already set
      • findElements

        public java.util.List<WebElement> findElements​(By by)
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: WebDriver
        Find all elements within the current page using the given mechanism. This method is affected by the 'implicit wait' times in force at the time of execution. When implicitly waiting, this method will return as soon as there are more than 0 items in the found collection, or will return an empty list if the timeout is reached.

        See W3C WebDriver specification for more details.

        Specified by:
        findElements in interface SearchContext
        Specified by:
        findElements in interface WebDriver
        Parameters:
        by - The locating mechanism to use
        Returns:
        A list of all matching WebElements, or an empty list if nothing matches
        See Also:
        By, WebDriver.Timeouts
      • findElement

        public WebElement findElement​(By by)
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: WebDriver
        Find the first WebElement using the given method. This method is affected by the 'implicit wait' times in force at the time of execution. The findElement(..) invocation will return a matching row, or try again repeatedly until the configured timeout is reached.

        findElement should not be used to look for non-present elements, use WebDriver.findElements(By) and assert zero length response instead.

        See W3C WebDriver specification for more details.

        Specified by:
        findElement in interface SearchContext
        Specified by:
        findElement in interface WebDriver
        Parameters:
        by - The locating mechanism to use
        Returns:
        The first matching element on the current page
        See Also:
        By, WebDriver.Timeouts
      • getPageSource

        public java.lang.String getPageSource()
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: WebDriver
        Get the source of the last loaded page. If the page has been modified after loading (for example, by Javascript) there is no guarantee that the returned text is that of the modified page. Please consult the documentation of the particular driver being used to determine whether the returned text reflects the current state of the page or the text last sent by the web server. The page source returned is a representation of the underlying DOM: do not expect it to be formatted or escaped in the same way as the response sent from the web server. Think of it as an artist's impression.

        See W3C WebDriver specification for more details.

        Specified by:
        getPageSource in interface WebDriver
        Returns:
        The source of the current page
      • close

        public void close()
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: WebDriver
        Close the current window, quitting the browser if it's the last window currently open.

        See W3C WebDriver specification for more details.

        Specified by:
        close in interface WebDriver
      • quit

        public void quit()
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: WebDriver
        Quits this driver, closing every associated window.
        Specified by:
        quit in interface WebDriver
      • getWindowHandle

        public java.lang.String getWindowHandle()
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: WebDriver
        Return an opaque handle to this window that uniquely identifies it within this driver instance. This can be used to switch to this window at a later date

        See W3C WebDriver specification for more details.

        Specified by:
        getWindowHandle in interface WebDriver
        Returns:
        the current window handle
      • executeScript

        public java.lang.Object executeScript​(java.lang.String script,
                                              java.lang.Object... args)
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: JavascriptExecutor
        Executes JavaScript in the context of the currently selected frame or window. The script fragment provided will be executed as the body of an anonymous function.

        Within the script, use document to refer to the current document. Note that local variables will not be available once the script has finished executing, though global variables will persist.

        If the script has a return value (i.e. if the script contains a return statement), then the following steps will be taken:

        • For an HTML element, this method returns a WebElement
        • For a decimal, a Double is returned
        • For a non-decimal number, a Long is returned
        • For a boolean, a Boolean is returned
        • For all other cases, a String is returned.
        • For an array, return a List<Object> with each object following the rules above. We support nested lists.
        • For a map, return a Map<String, Object> with values following the rules above.
        • Unless the value is null or there is no return value, in which null is returned

        Arguments must be a number, a boolean, a String, WebElement, or a List of any combination of the above. An exception will be thrown if the arguments do not meet these criteria. The arguments will be made available to the JavaScript via the "arguments" magic variable, as if the function were called via "Function.apply"

        Specified by:
        executeScript in interface JavascriptExecutor
        Parameters:
        script - The JavaScript to execute
        args - The arguments to the script. May be empty
        Returns:
        One of Boolean, Long, Double, String, List, Map or WebElement. Or null.
      • executeAsyncScript

        public java.lang.Object executeAsyncScript​(java.lang.String script,
                                                   java.lang.Object... args)
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: JavascriptExecutor
        Execute an asynchronous piece of JavaScript in the context of the currently selected frame or window. Unlike executing synchronous JavaScript, scripts executed with this method must explicitly signal they are finished by invoking the provided callback. This callback is always injected into the executed function as the last argument.

        The first argument passed to the callback function will be used as the script's result. This value will be handled as follows:

        • For an HTML element, this method returns a WebElement
        • For a number, a Long is returned
        • For a boolean, a Boolean is returned
        • For all other cases, a String is returned.
        • For an array, return a List<Object> with each object following the rules above. We support nested lists.
        • For a map, return a Map<String, Object> with values following the rules above.
        • Unless the value is null or there is no return value, in which null is returned

        The default timeout for a script to be executed is 0ms. In most cases, including the examples below, one must set the script timeout WebDriver.Timeouts.setScriptTimeout(java.time.Duration) beforehand to a value sufficiently large enough.

        Example #1: Performing a sleep in the browser under test.

        
           long start = System.currentTimeMillis();
           ((JavascriptExecutor) driver).executeAsyncScript(
               "window.setTimeout(arguments[arguments.length - 1], 500);");
           System.out.println(
               "Elapsed time: " + System.currentTimeMillis() - start);
         

        Example #2: Synchronizing a test with an AJAX application:

        
           WebElement composeButton = driver.findElement(By.id("compose-button"));
           composeButton.click();
           ((JavascriptExecutor) driver).executeAsyncScript(
               "var callback = arguments[arguments.length - 1];" +
               "mailClient.getComposeWindowWidget().onload(callback);");
           driver.switchTo().frame("composeWidget");
           driver.findElement(By.id("to")).sendKeys("bog@example.com");
         

        Example #3: Injecting a XMLHttpRequest and waiting for the result:

        
           Object response = ((JavascriptExecutor) driver).executeAsyncScript(
               "var callback = arguments[arguments.length - 1];" +
               "var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();" +
               "xhr.open('GET', '/resource/data.json', true);" +
               "xhr.onreadystatechange = function() {" +
               "  if (xhr.readyState == 4) {" +
               "    callback(xhr.responseText);" +
               "  }" +
               "};" +
               "xhr.send();");
           JsonObject json = new JsonParser().parse((String) response);
           assertEquals("cheese", json.get("food").getAsString());
         

        Script arguments must be a number, a boolean, a String, WebElement, or a List of any combination of the above. An exception will be thrown if the arguments do not meet these criteria. The arguments will be made available to the JavaScript via the "arguments" variable.

        Specified by:
        executeAsyncScript in interface JavascriptExecutor
        Parameters:
        script - The JavaScript to execute.
        args - The arguments to the script. May be empty.
        Returns:
        One of Boolean, Long, String, List, Map, WebElement, or null.
        See Also:
        WebDriver.Timeouts.setScriptTimeout(java.time.Duration)
      • getScreenshotAs

        public <X> X getScreenshotAs​(OutputType<X> target)
                              throws WebDriverException
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: TakesScreenshot
        Capture the screenshot and store it in the specified location.

        For a W3C-conformant WebDriver or WebElement, this behaves as stated in W3C WebDriver specification.

        For a non-W3C-conformant WebDriver, this makes a best effort depending on the browser to return the following in order of preference:

        • Entire page
        • Current window
        • Visible portion of the current frame
        • The screenshot of the entire display containing the browser
        For a non-W3C-conformant WebElement extending TakesScreenshot, this makes a best effort depending on the browser to return the following in order of preference:
        • The entire content of the HTML element
        • The visible portion of the HTML element
        Specified by:
        getScreenshotAs in interface TakesScreenshot
        Type Parameters:
        X - Return type for getScreenshotAs.
        Parameters:
        target - target type, @see OutputType
        Returns:
        Object in which is stored information about the screenshot.
        Throws:
        WebDriverException - on failure.
      • navigate

        public WebDriver.Navigation navigate()
        Deprecated.
        Description copied from interface: WebDriver
        An abstraction allowing the driver to access the browser's history and to navigate to a given URL.
        Specified by:
        navigate in interface WebDriver
        Returns:
        A WebDriver.Navigation that allows the selection of what to do next
      • perform

        public void perform​(java.util.Collection<Sequence> actions)
        Deprecated.
        Specified by:
        perform in interface Interactive