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Re: Using xpath value in selenium web driver in perl

by Anonymous Monk
on May 14, 2013 at 07:29 UTC ( #1033432=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Using xpath value in selenium web driver in perl

What does find_element() return?

What is  $elem and where does it come from?


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Re^2: Using xpath value in selenium web driver in perl
by Shaveta_Chawla (Acolyte) on May 14, 2013 at 07:36 UTC
    The complete code is as follows:
    use Selenium::Remote::Driver; my $driver = new Selenium::Remote::Driver(); $driver->get('some url'); $driver->find_element("//input[\@name='login']")->send_keys('username' +); $driver->find_element("//input[\@name='password']")->send_keys('passwo +rd'); my $elem = $driver->find_element("//input[\@id='GoAheadAndLogIn']"); $driver->mouse_move_to_location(element => $elem, xoffset => 0, yoffse +t => 0); $driver->click;

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