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Re: Test::WWW::Selenium webdriver output

by onelesd (Pilgrim)
on Sep 28, 2011 at 00:27 UTC ( #928208=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Test::WWW::Selenium webdriver output

Selenium supports setting the log level in the GUI; set the log level to 'Error'. You can probably set it via your script as well, try Google-ing it.

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Re^2: Test::WWW::Selenium webdriver output
by technojosh (Priest) on Sep 28, 2011 at 16:27 UTC
    Thats it. Searching the api I found:


    It must be called after a page has been opened. I'm still curious why, without explicitly setting this, you get different "log level" behaviors. No matter, my question is answered!


    I was barking up the wrong tree entirely, and my solution is a Perl solution :) The 'set_browser_log_level' method is not the one I wanted, it only concerns the UI and I run mostly on the command line or some flavor of a console. No no, the selenium webdriver, the .jar file you must launch to run a selenium test is my culprit.
    I was starting the webdriver with a system call in my code. This would show output from the webdriver right along with the output from my test code. By spawning a secondary process under a separate (possibly hidden) console, I can keep the output I want and divert the "INFO" stuff from the selenium webdriver to a secondary place (or ideally, I'll just find a way to suppress it altogether.. any help there would still be appreciated!)

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