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Quality Assurance Intermediate Selenium WebDriver Use Selenium with Testing Frameworks Moving Page Code to a Page Object

Jonathan Grieve
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Jonathan Grieve
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Confused: Mocha Tests aren't passing

What can I do to ensure my tests are passing? Having followed the video and updated the page_objects directory of the project files follow along my tests are not playing ball.

Do I need to update mocha or run the tests from a different directory?

rsvp.js
const {Browser, By, Key, until} = require("selenium-webdriver");

const url = "https://treehouse-projects.github.io/selenium-webdriver-intermediate/waits/app/index.html";

class RsvpPage {
    constructor(driver) {
        this.driver = driver;
        this.locators = {
            invitedList: By.id('invitedList'),
            registrationForm:  By.id('registrar'),
        }
    }

    open() {
        this.driver.get(url);
    }
}

module.exports = RsvpPage;
invitees.js
onst {Browser, By, Key, until} = require("selenium-webdriver");
const {suite} = require("selenium-webdriver/testing");
const assert = require('assert');
const RsvpPage = require('../pages/rsvp.js');

suite(function(env) {
    describe('RSVP site', function() {
        let driver;
        let page;

        before(async function() {
            driver = await env.builder().build();
            page = new RsvpPage(driver);
            await page.open();
        });

        it('has invitee list', async function() {
            let elements = await driver.findElements(page.locators.invitedList);
            assert(elements.length > 0);
        });

        it('has registration form', async function() {
            let elements = await driver.findElements(page.locators.registrationForm);
            assert(elements.length > 0);
        });

        after(async function() {
            driver.quit();
        });
    });
});
[INFO] Searching for WebDriver executables installed on the current system...
[INFO] ... located chrome
[INFO] Running tests against [chrome]


  [chrome]
    RSVP site
      1) "before all" hook
      2) "after all" hook


  0 passing (2s)
  2 failing

  1) [chrome]
       RSVP site
         "before all" hook:
     Error: Timeout of 2000ms exceeded. For async tests and hooks, ensure "done()" is called; if returning a Promise, ensure it resolves. (C:\xamp\htdocs\intermediate-selenium\page_objects\test\invitees.js)


  2) [chrome]
       RSVP site
         "after all" hook:
     TypeError: Cannot read property 'quit' of undefined
      at Context.<anonymous> (test\invitees.js:28:20)




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1 Answer

Brendan Whiting
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Brendan Whiting
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 84,735 Points

It's just taking too long. This is the key part of the error message: "Error: Timeout of 2000ms exceeded. For async tests and hooks, ensure "done()" is called; if returning a Promise, ensure it resolves."

The simplest way to deal with this is to add a flag to mocha when you run the command in the terminal to extend it's timeout:

mocha --timeout 15000