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selenium (45) Versions 2.3.3

Installs/Configures Selenium

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This cookbook installs and configures Selenium and WebDriver components (http://www.seleniumhq.org/).

This cookbook comes with the following Resource/Providers:

Roadmap

Requirements

  • Chef 11.14 or higher (sensitive resource introduced)

Platforms

  • CentOS, RedHat
  • Mac OS X
  • Ubuntu
  • Windows

Cookbooks

These cookbooks are referenced with suggests, so be sure to depend on cookbooks that apply:

  • windows
  • nssm - Required for Windows services only (e.g. Hub, PhantomJS, and HtmlUnit running in background)

Usage

See selenium_test cookbook for working cross platform examples. Note that provided examples in this cookbook have passwords unencrypted for simplicity.

selenium_hub

Installs and configures selenium-grid hubs.

Requirements

  • Java must be installed outside of this cookbook.

Example

Install selenium-grid hub
selenium_hub 'selenium_hub' do
  action :install
end

Attributes

This is a partial list of attributes available. See hub resource for the complete listing of attributes.

  • name - Name attribute. The name of the service.
  • host - Hostname. Defaults to null.
  • port - Port. Defaults to 4444.

selenium_node

Installs and configures selenium-grid nodes with support for ChromeDriver, FirefoxDriver, HtmlUnitDriver, and InternetExplorerDriver.

Requirements

  • Java must be installed outside of this cookbook.
  • Browsers (e.g., chrome, firefox, etc...) must be installed outside of this cookbook.
  • Linux nodes without a physical monitor require a headless display (e.g., xvfb, x11vnc, etc...) and must be installed and configured outside this cookbook.
  • Mac OS X/Windows nodes (with the exception of HtmlUnitDriver) must run as a GUI service and that requires a username and password for automatic login. Note that Windows password is stored unencrypted under windows registry HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon and Mac OS X password is stored encrypted under /etc/kcpassword but it can be easily decrypted.

Example

Install selenium-grid node with Chrome, Firefox, HtmlUnit and Internet Explorer capability
selenium_node 'selenium_node' do
  username 'Administrator' if platform?('windows')
  password 'password' if platform?('windows')
  capabilities [
    {
      browserName: 'chrome',
      maxInstances: 5,
      seleniumProtocol: 'WebDriver'
    },
    {
      browserName: 'firefox',
      maxInstances: 5,
      seleniumProtocol: 'WebDriver'
    },
    {
      browserName: 'htmlunit',
      maxInstances: 1,
      platform: 'ANY',
      seleniumProtocol: 'WebDriver'
    },
    {
      browserName: 'internet explorer',
      maxInstances: 1,
      seleniumProtocol: 'WebDriver'
    }
  ]
  action :install
end

Attributes

This is a partial list of attributes available. See node resource for the complete listing of attributes.

  • name - Name attribute. The name of the service or Windows foreground startup script.
  • host - Hostname. Defaults to null.
  • port - Port. Defaults to 5555.
  • hubHost - Selenium-grid hub hostname. Defaults to ip.
  • hubPort - Selenium-grid hub port. Defaults to 4444.
  • capabilities - The following drivers are supported and installed based on capabilities:
  • Mac OS X/Windows only - Set both username and password to run as a GUI service or leave nil to run service in background:
    • username - Defaults to nil.
    • password - Defaults to nil. Note that Windows password is stored unencrypted under windows registry HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon and Mac OS X password is stored encrypted under /etc/kcpassword but it can be easily decrypted.
    • domain - Optional. Defaults to nil.

selenium_phantomjs

Installs and configures PhantomJS as a selenium-grid node or as a standalone server via GhostDriver (Mac OS X is not supported).

Requirements

  • PhantomJS must be installed outside of this cookbook.
  • Windows nodes have the option to run as a GUI service and that requires a username and password to automatically login. Note that Windows password is stored unencrypted under windows registry HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon.

Examples

Install PhantomJS as a selenium-grid node
selenium_phantomjs 'selenium_phantomjs' do
  action :install
end
Install PhantomJS as a standalone server by setting webdriverSeleniumGridHub to false
selenium_phantomjs 'selenium_phantomjs_nogrid' do
  webdriverSeleniumGridHub false
  action :install
end

Attributes

This is a partial list of attributes available. See phantomjs resource for the complete listing of attributes.

  • name - Name attribute. The name of the service or Windows foreground startup script.
  • webdriver - Webdriver ip:port. Defaults to #{node['ipaddress']}:8910.
  • webdriverSeleniumGridHub - Webdriver selenium-grid hub url. Set to false to install PhantomJS as a standalone service. Defaults to http://#{node['ipaddress']}:4444.
  • Windows only - Set both username and password to run as a GUI service or leave nil to run service in background:
    • username - Defaults to nil.
    • password - Defaults to nil. Note that Windows password is stored unencrypted under windows registry HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon.
    • domain - Optional. Defaults to nil.

ChefSpec Matchers

The Selenium cookbook includes custom ChefSpec matchers you can use to test your own cookbooks.

Example Matcher Usage

expect(chef_run).to install_selenium_hub('resource_name').with(
  port: '4444'
)

Selenium Cookbook Matchers

  • install_selenium_hub(resource_name)
  • install_selenium_node(resource_name)
  • install_selenium_phantomjs(resource_name)

Getting Help

Contributing

Please refer to CONTRIBUTING.

License

MIT - see the accompanying LICENSE file for details.

Changelog

2.3.3 - 6/9/2015

  • g

2.3.2 - 6/4/2015

  • Update Selenium and IE driver from 2.45.0 to 2.46.0

2.3.1 - 5/26/2015

  • Add supports 'mac_os_x' to metadata

2.3.0 - 5/26/2015

  • Add support for Mac OS X (Chef 11.14 or higher required)

2.2.6 - 5/26/2015

  • Fix #11 chromedriver version does not update
  • Update ChromeDriver from 2.14 to 2.15

2.2.5 - 5/1/2015

  • Fix #10 'failed to allocate memory' exception on Windows 2008

2.2.4 - 4/12/2015

  • Fix selenium_node provider depends on windows
  • Set Windows display resolution in selenium_test cookbook

2.2.3 - 3/23/2015

  • Wrap host and hubHost in quotes in node config
  • Update IE driver from 2.44.0 to 2.45.0

2.2.2 - 2/26/2015

  • Firefox 36 breaks WebDriver 2.44.0

2.2.1 - 2/18/2015

  • Update ChromeDriver from 2.12 to 2.14

2.2.0 - 2/5/2015

  • Make Windows service an option for HtmlUnit and PhantomJS

2.1.0 - 2/2/2015

  • Support HtmlUnit

2.0.0 - 2/2/2015

  • Replace PhantomJS attributes

1.0.0 - 2/1/2015

  • Initial release

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