Hi Community of wise ones! Any ideas for handling Basic Auth for Selenium 2 (rpec & capybara) when testing with Remote Webdriver? Like for Internet Explorer 9?
What I have tried: I'm not using RackTest. I do use Selenium Grid, and Remote Webdriver. I don't want to use visit "http://user:email@example.com/" as that will not work for IE9 (and the Reg key change to allow it does not work for Win7/IE9).
he leído http://code.google.com/p/selenium/issues/detail?id=34. Lots of specific ideas, but none that I could see supported Remote Webdriver and IE9.
page.driver.basic_auth(auth_name, auth_pw) is only useful for Rack Test (not me). Seems like
selenium.addCustomRequestHeader isn't supported in webdriver 2.
Not crazy about running an external script tool to interact with the browser. (proxy, or AutoIT)
Maybe someday Selenium will support this natively, but until then, what have others found to work?
preguntado el 24 de agosto de 12 a las 00:08
So, unfortunately, the only way I found to deal with this is to avoid it. I chose to create an IP whitelist for the app, so my test machines don't have to deal with Basic Auth.
I would much more prefer that Selenium / Capybara have a way to handle natively.