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Lesson 7 - Java Testing - More Selenium WebDriver Syntax

In the previous lesson, Java Testing - Selenium WebDriver Syntax Overview, we started going through the Java API for the Selenium driver. In addition to the methods on the driver itself, we talked about elements and Options as well. In today's tutorial, we're going to continue with cookies, windows, navigation, browser capabilities, and file uploads.

Cookie

Since we were talking about the Cookie class, let's take a look at it. It provides the following methods:

  • getDomain() - Returns the cookie domain.
  • getExpiry() - Returns the expiration date.
  • getName() - Returns the name.
  • getPath() - Returns the path.
  • getValue() - Returns the value.
  • isHttpOnly() - Returns whether the cookie can only be retrieved by an HTTP request (i.e. whether it is protected from hijacking via JS).
  • isSecure() - Returns whether the cookie is protected by the

 

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