Story runner + selenium-rc + wait_for_xxxx

Hi,

I’ve got a story working with selenium-rc, but am stuck writing
ajax-aware
steps.

How are people coding their story steps to wait for an Ajax event to
complete?

Here’s what I’ve looked at so far.

$browser.wait_for_element_present
Looks Ideal, but not in selenium-ruby-client-drivers for some reason.

def wait_for_ajax

$browser.wait_for_condition(“selenium.browserbot.getCurrentWindow().ServerConnection.isPending()
== false”, 2000)
end
This helper looked promising, but it returns
SeleniumCommandError:
selenium.browserbot.getCurrentWindow().ServerConnection has no
properties

Many Thanks
Andy


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On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 9:57 PM, Andy W. [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I’ve got a story working with selenium-rc, but am stuck writing ajax-aware
steps.

How are people coding their story steps to wait for an Ajax event to
complete?

Have you asked the selenium list about this?

Aslak

I have done this in the past…

def wait_for_ajax(timeout = 30000)
wait_for_condition “window.Ajax.activeRequestCount == 0”, timeout
end

def wait_for_effects(timeout = 30000)
wait_for_condition “window.Effect.Queue.size() == 0”, timeout
end

Mark

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