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What is the difference between an assert and a verify with Selenium commands?

What is the difference between an assert and a verify with Selenium commands?

 

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Hi Madhuri,

 

There are two mechanisms for validating elements that are available on the application under test.

 

The first is assert: this allows the test to check if the element is on the page. If itis not available, then the test will stop on the step that failed.


The second is verify: this also allows the test to check whether the element is on the page, but if it isn't, then the test will carry on executing.

 

Thanks & Regards,

Snehasish

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Hi, then to use this in IE7 how to bypass the https security check?? as i am unable to do as in FF we can do it so by creating a profile...any idea?? also how to drag and drop an app from apps library to a workspace and get inside the record of app through selenium RC..any idea??pls help..

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