Running web tests

This section describess common workarounds and fixes when testing web sites with useMango™ .

Manual Update of Chrome Driver

In certain situations, the automated Chrome Driver update script might fail to function as expected. This could be due to factors such as connectivity problems, compatibility issues, or system limitations. Should you encounter difficulties with automatic updates, you can perform a manual update using the following steps:

Step 1: Identify Your Current Chrome Browser Version

Before proceeding with a manual update, it is vital to determine the version of your Chrome browser. Follow these steps:

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Click on the three vertical dots in the upper-right corner to access the menu.
  3. Navigate to “Help” and select “About Google Chrome.”
  4. A new tab will open, displaying your current Chrome version.

Step 2: Download the Appropriate Chrome Driver Version

Once you have identified your Chrome browser version, you need to download the corresponding Chrome Driver version. Visit the official Chrome Driver download page: Chrome Driver Downloads

  1. Scroll down to the “Downloads” section.
  2. Locate the version that matches your Chrome browser version.
  3. Download the relevant Chrome Driver executable for your operating system (windows).

Step 3: Replace the Existing Chrome Driver

After downloading the correct Chrome Driver version, follow these steps to update the driver manually:

  1. Rename the downloaded chrome driver executable to chromedriver.
  2. Place the newly downloaded Chrome Driver executable in the useMango driver folder.
  3. To access useMango driver folder, press Windows key + R and type %appdata%/usemango/Drivers press enter.

Step 4: Test Your Revised Configuration

After updating the Chrome Driver, it is essential to test your configuration to ensure everything is functioning correctly:

  1. Run your useMango test that utilizes the Chrome Driver.
  2. Monitor the test’s behavior and check for any errors related to the Chrome Driver.

Step 5: Troubleshooting

If you encounter any difficulties during the manual update process or while running your automation script, consider these troubleshooting steps:

  1. Verify that you downloaded the correct Chrome Driver version that corresponds to your Chrome browser version.
  2. Confirm that the new Chrome Driver executable is correctly placed in the designated folder.
  3. Check for any error messages in your test output that might provide insights into the issue.
  4. Should your test continue to encounter problems, seek assistance from customer support.