Thursday, November 1, 2012

Selenium Webdriver Exception Handling

Exception Handling: Selenium Webdriver

Below are some of the links on web which can help you in case you are looking for something related to error handling or exception handling in Selenium Webdriver.

1. The remote WebDriver protocol has two levels of error handling, one for invalid requests, and one for failed commands. An example of an invalid request is for a resource that doesn't exist on the server, or perhaps for a verb that the resource doesn't understand (such as sending a DELETE command to the the resource used for dealing with the URL of the current page) In those cases, a normal HTTP 4xx response is sent. For a failed command, the responses error code is set to 500 ("Internal Server Error") and the returned data contains a more detailed breakdown of what went wrong. [More on this at Selenium WebDriver]

2. Exception Handling in Selenium Webdriver [Link]

3. Selenium::WebDriver::Error::UnhandledError (NS_ERROR_ILLEGAL_VALUE) [Link]

4. How to capture the errors handling in Selenium WebDriver [Link]

5. How to Debug Selenium WebDriver Actions? [Link]

6. How to capture the errors handling in Selenium WebDriver [Link]

7. Selenium Webdriver/Java- Wait function and error handling [Link]

8. Selenium 2/Webdriver JavaScript exception handling: error message is null most of the time (Java API) [Link]

9. Problem catching Selenium Webdriver NoSuchElementException [Link]

10. Handling Element not visible exception in Selenium [Link]

11. How to handle handle exceptions with webdriver? [Link]

12. Problem catching Selenium Webdriver NoSuchElementException [Link]

13. NoSuchElementException after click() in Selenium 2 [Link]

14. Handling "Selenium (WebDriver) Exception: this.getWindow() is null" [Link]