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How does process.env.URL work inside of index.js for Selenium WebDriver?
There is an error if you add URL variable to the code. What is this process.env.URL and how does it work?
WebDriverError: unknown error: 'url' must be a string
const selenium = require("selenium-webdriver"); const By = selenium.By; var URL = 'file:///C:SeleniumTeamTreeHouse/project/index.html'; const driver = new selenium.Builder() .forBrowser("chrome") .build(); driver.get(process.env.URL);
Side Note. Above code will run without an issue with following code:
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If using Windows, use: