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get http error code with Selenium::Remote::Driver

by david2008 (Scribe)
on Jul 09, 2013 at 09:02 UTC ( #1043272=perlquestion: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
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Is it possible to get the http error code and status line with Selenium::Remote::Driver, or is it out of scope like with webdriver ?

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Re: get http error code with Selenium::Remote::Driver
by Corion (Pope) on Jul 09, 2013 at 09:03 UTC

    The HTTP status code is outside of the scope of Selenium. So no interface to Selenium can easily/conveniently get at that status code.

      Is there a hard way ? :-)

        I hacked Ghostdriver for PhantomJS to return the HTTP status code, and then expanded Selenium::Remote::Driver to ask for that status code. It's a relatively small change, but I haven't spent enough time with the code to release it yet, sorry.

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[Corion]: Ouch. I just learned something about Chrome - the "version numbers" are not really feature numbers... Chrome 62 still gets new features even though Chrome 64 is out and Chrome 65 is the dev version
[erix]: why ouch? Something to be said for that ,surely?
LanX is a dev version
[marto]: That reminds me, I made some notes somewhere with regard W::M::C, I'll get round to a PR when I've time to flesh it out

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