"14:51:09.734 INFO - Command request: getNewBrowserSession[*iexplore, http://www.
google.com/] on session null
14:51:09.734 INFO - creating new remote session
14:51:09.734 INFO - Allocated session d417941d18fd456787d09d8ef7521141 for http:
14:51:09.734 INFO - Modifying registry settings...
14:51:10.531 INFO - Launching Internet Explorer...
14:51:13.859 INFO - Got result: OK,d417941d18fd456787d09d8ef7521141 on session d
IE is launched but i don't see the web page being loaded.
What's the mistake i am doing? Is there any query related to this kind that i missed to look for in this forum? Please let me know.
Nothing is wrong here, by the command getNewBrowserSession you will get a SessionId which you can use in the subsequent commands. This command will launch the browser for you and will not open the web page.
To Open the web page you need to give the following command after the first command:
cmd=open&1=http://www.google.com/&sessionId=<Whatever session id you got by executing the first command>
For example, d417941d18fd456787d09d8ef7521141 is the session id in the output you got.
Thanks Max for reply. I got to know how to open the session.
I have few doubts in that. I get permission denied for the session. I read in openqa's faqs but in this scenario i get permission denied message although the commands are executed and the web page is loaded. What does this mean?
And i want to records tests in selenium IDE and run them using selenium RC. I tried exporting the test suite to java-selenium RC. Is this method correct and if yes how to proceed next.
If i am wrong, can you please provide a link where i can get the info to run scripts in selenium RC.
Thanks for the link. I got what the problem exactly was. I was trying for google.com but it was taking me to country' specific site(google.co.in) because of which i was getting permission denied is what i feel. However i was able to get a document that helped me to run the scripts from selenium IDE using selenium RC with eclipse.
It helped me for a good start up and hope it would be useful for beginners who are looking for any help on selenuim.