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My workaround was to use Javascript to overwrite the window.alert function to store the message. You wont see these alerts because Selenium consumes them. Reload to refresh your session. Is alert present?

On the other hand calling Selenium::WebDriver.navigate.to instead went over to the next call in the stack wich game me hope but then when calling driver.switch_to.alert.dismiss , it hung again untill the TH Which option did Harry Potter pick for the knight bus? Reported by james.h.evans.jr on 2010-12-31 16:46:57 Selenium member lukeis commented Mar 2, 2016 There appears be issues with the 2.0 Beta 1 alert API if the alert is generated by a im using a java remote server and selenium webdriver 2.5.0.

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I'm not that happy with it but it does allow me to detect alerts, check the text and dismiss them. Why is the spacesuit design so strange in Sunshine? Just thought I'd report it :) christian-bromann added the Enhancement label Aug 20, 2015 christian-bromann added this to the Upcoming milestone Aug 20, 2015 WebdriverIO member christian-bromann commented Aug 20, 2015 I would note that this is an OSS project, and if anyone wants to help out and get this one implemented _for any driver_, I'd be happy to accept a patch

In the AUT, change alert() to: setTimeout(function(){alert();}, 0); This solution works in IE8 for sure, no reason why it shouldn't work for others as well. If it is so then you will have to build your own detection code for it. WebdriverIO member christian-bromann commented Jul 7, 2016 @CTaylor1118 you can always run into this error if you don't handle alerts gracefully. Edit: After further review it appears the alert message isn't matching.

Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. Google Groups | 6 years ago | Jerald paul com.thoughtworks.selenium.SeleniumException: ERROR: There was an unexpected Alert! [Please enter Read Community value] find similars selenium-java selenium 0 0 mark http://sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/6612/seleniumide-issue-js-alert-is-not-detected-by-ide It shows an alert if the credentials were invalid, but doesn't show one if the credentials were valid.

WebdriverIO member christian-bromann commented Aug 20, 2015 if an unexpected alert pops up it usually is a good indicator that something went wrong with your app 😉 sean-hill commented Aug 20, Reported by jari.bakken on 2010-12-09 13:13:30 Selenium member lukeis commented Mar 2, 2016 Here's the failure on Fx b6 (can't test beta 7 on my Leopard machine atm): https://gist.github.com/739196 Reported by Apologies please use jdk6. Would be great if this issue was solved as soon as possible as a lot of people are waiting for the fix.

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Visual inspection doesn't do anything to help me determine what it considers different. http://software-testing.ru/forum/index.php?/topic/14964-reaktciia-na-click-error-there-was-an-unexpected-alert3/ share|improve this answer answered Sep 9 '09 at 23:48 matt b 93.6k44216288 5 this page comes up first for the google search! :D –dwenaus Feb 16 '13 at 21:28 add Selenium Ide Confirm Dialog Is there a role with more responsibility? Take a tour to get the most out of Samebug.

Reported by hanriseldon on 2011-07-06 14:37:46 Selenium member lukeis commented Mar 2, 2016 Well, you could do something like switching to the alert, and catching the exception that will be thrown You signed in with another tab or window. Reported by leo.lathspell on 2011-07-06 18:04:51 Selenium member lukeis commented Mar 2, 2016 Yes, I considered this solution, but it didn't seem to me as the way to go if another You will need some extra code to flesh it out, but this shows the main idea.

We should continue the conversation about this topic there. Not sure if this has been raised by anyone but will find out. Reported by simon.m.stewart on 2009-06-03 09:57:03 Selenium member lukeis commented Mar 2, 2016 We are starting up a testing process with selenium and webdriver. Logical fallacy: X is bad, Y is worse, thus X is not bad What is that the specific meaning of "Everyone, but everyone, will be there."?

How do computers remember where they store things? driver = new FirefoxDriver() { protected String sendMessage(ClassNot even close!!!

A solution to this issue would save us a lot of work, because we have a few screens using alerts/confirmations/modalWindows. TargetLocator. If you agree to our use of cookies, please close this message and continue to use this site. But I think this is a question for the group: http://groups.google.com/group/selenium-users Please send it there.

This file just needs to be in your directory (some where in your build/bin directory) Apologies i'm being a bit vague with this i did the .NET bindings in a rush What can I do in this situation? Change the RemoteRunner.html file so that this javascript appears in the header: function overrideMessageFunctions(iframe) { selenium.browserbot._modifyWindow(iframe.contentWindow); } function addHandler() { var element = window.document.getElementById('selenium_myiframe'); var listener = function(){ overrideMessageFunctions(element);}; if (element.addEventListener) Reported by anilkumarcr1988 on 2013-12-04 06:06:06 Selenium member lukeis commented Mar 2, 2016 pls anybody help me in fixing the above Reported by anilkumarcr1988 on 2013-12-04 06:08:38 Selenium member lukeis commented

Reported by tpollak.ar on 2010-09-04 18:25:28 Attachment: FirefoxAlerts_v2.patch Selenium member lukeis commented Mar 2, 2016 Hi Guys, I'm using Watir-Webdriver and RUBY. Sorry i have not had time to look into precisely how that DLL gets picked up for .NET as i just wanted to get something up on the site as i I'm using 2.0rc3 and I want to check if the alert is present or not before trying to interact with it. When the page is embedded in a frame, the firefox driver blocking implementation hangs the test until the alert is accepted or closed manually.

If I didn't need this runnable for a non-techy I'd just put it into my regular tests and be done with it. The reason for me doing this is so that i can then just do a keystroke command for Enter... Accept & Close current community chat Software Quality Assurance & Testing Software Quality Assurance & Testing Meta your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Reported by wwiser on 2010-03-04 21:43:12 Attachment: RemoteRunner.html Selenium member lukeis commented Mar 2, 2016 +1 for my vote!

If you change the assertAlert to waitForAlert that doesn't work either. There are workarounds that are sometimes effective, but a real fix would be useful. Many thanks, CChris Reported by quasar850 on 2011-06-07 16:31:07 Selenium member lukeis commented Mar 2, 2016 I'm also having some issues with working with alerts. Also have a look at watij!!

Reload to refresh your session. Reported by scottro123 on 2011-01-04 21:12:22 Selenium member lukeis commented Mar 2, 2016 I have the same problem. Thanks! Reported by simon.m.stewart on 2007-10-31 16:55:04 Selenium member lukeis commented Mar 2, 2016 Yes, this will be a great feature!!

The problem occurs when you play it back. I you get an unexpected alert your test should fail. First it captures the click event.