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Create Your First Selenium Project

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Create Your First Selenium Project

  1. Open Eclipse
  2. Click on File → New → Java Project
  3. Picture showing the New - java project menu option for creating the new Java project
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  4. In the next window, enter the project name and click on ‘Finish’.
  5. Picture showing the popup window for entering the project name
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  6. A Project is created in package explorer as shown in figure below
  7. Project showing the project in the package explorer
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  8. Next step is to add a package, right click on the project → New → Package
  9. Picture showing the New - Package option for adding the new package in the project
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  10. Enter the package name and click on ‘Finish’
  11. Picture showing the popup window for entering the package name
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  12. Next step is to add a class. For doing that right click on the package → New → Class
  13. Picture showing the New - Class option for adding the class in the package
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  14. Enter the class name and click on ‘Finish’
  15. Picture showing a popup window for entering the class name
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  16. Next step is to configure path. For that right click on JRE System Library [JavaSE – 1.8] → Build path → Configure Build Path..
  17. Picture showing the Build path -Configure build path option for configuring the build path
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  18. From the window, click on ‘Add External JARs..’.
  19. Picture showing a window for adding external jar files
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  20. Once you click on the button, a file dialog will open to select ‘selenium-server-standalone-2.53.1.jar’.
  21. Select the file and click on ‘Open’ and finally close the ‘Configure Build Path..’ window.

Download Iedriverserver

Picture showing a browser window for downloading the IEDriverServer.exe file
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Write Your First Selenium Code

package com.FirstSeleniumProject;

import org.openqa.selenium.WebDriver;

public class MyClass {

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    WebDriver driver;
    String service = "IEDriverServer.exe path";
    System.setProperty("", service);
    driver = new InternetExplorerDriver();



Picture showing the output of your first selenium project
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Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
Posted On  -  Sunday, March 26, 2017


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