Configure Projects in Eclipse IDE to work with Selenium RC

Configure Projects in Eclipse IDE to work with Selenium RC

1. Create a Project in Eclipse IDE

1. Install Eclipse IDE
2. Launch Eclipse IDE
3. Create a Project in Eclipse IDE

2. Adding Java Client Drivers (i.e. .jar files) in the ‘selenium-remote-control-1.0.8’ extracted folder to the Project created in Eclipse IDE

1. Right click on the Project and select ‘New’ -> ‘Folder’ option as shown below:

2. Ensure ‘New Folder’ dialog is displayed, specify the folder name as ‘library’ and click on ‘Finish’ button as shown below:

3. Ensure whether ‘library’ folder in added to the Project under ‘Package Explorer’ as shown below:

4. Go the Folder where we have extracted the ‘selenium-remote-control-1.0.3.zip’ folder in our previous post as shown below:

 

5. Open the Extracted Folder and ensure that ‘selenium-java-client-driver-1.0.1’  folder exists as shown below:

6. Open the ‘selenium-java-client-driver-1.0.1’ folder and ensure that there are four .jar files as shown below:

7. Copy these four .jar files as shown below:

8. In Eclipse IDE, select ‘libraries’ folder and paste the copied .jar files as shown below:

9. Ensure that all the copied .jar files got pasted as shown below:

3. Adding Selenium-Server-Standalone-Version.JAR file to the Project in Eclipse IDE

1. Go to the folder where the downloaded ‘selenium-standalone-server-version.jar’ file is available as shown below: (i.e. downloaded in our previous post)

2. Copy the ‘selenium-server-standalone-version.jar’ file as shown below:

3. In Eclipse IDE, select the ‘library’ folder and paste the copied .jar file as shown below:

4. Ensure that the copied .jar got pasted under the ‘library’ folder as shown below:

4. Configuring the copied JAR files in Eclipse IDE

1. Right click on the Project and select ‘Properties’ option as shown below:

2. In ‘Properties for Project’ dialog, select ‘Java Build Path’ option as shown below:

3. Select ‘Libraries’ tab as shown below:

4. Click on ‘Add JARs’ butt under the ‘Libraries’ tab as shown below:

5. In ‘JAR Selection’ dialog, select the all the JAR Files copied under ‘library’ folder and click on ‘OK’ button as shown below:

6. Ensure that all the JAR files got added in the properties dialog and click on ‘OK’ button as shown below:

Thats it !!! Now you have configured your project with all the JAR files that are required for working with Selenium RC Code.
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