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Using Selenified In a Gradle Project

Selenified is designed to work seamlessly in your gradle project, whether it is a new one, or existing one. Ensure you are using the standard gradle project setup.

Dependencies

First thing to do is to add Selenified as a dependency.Update your build.gradle file to include (or add the testCompile line to your current dependencies).

dependencies {
    testCompile group: 'com.coveros', name: 'selenified', version: '3.0.4'
}

Test Execution

If following the setup indicated, you'll need to add a task to execute your tests. Update your build.gradle file to include

task selenified(type:Test) {
    useTestNG() {
        systemProperties System.getProperties()
    }
}

Then from the command line run

gradle selenified 

Additional Run Parameters

If everything is setup properly, no runtime parameters are required, but many can be provided to change and optimized run performance. This can and should be done by adding configuration the selenified task. Several options exist to change how your tests are run.

Configuration Description
threads how many tests do you want to run in parallel
logging how much verbosity in the logging is desired
listener if you want to loop through multiple browsers for the same test, use the custom Selenified Transformer
groups what tests do you want to include or exclude in the test run based on the provided groups tagging

Then these variables can be setup and configured in the selenified block.

task selenified(type: Test) {
    def threads = System.getProperty("threads") ? System.getProperty("threads") : 5
    systemProperties System.getProperties()
    useTestNG() {
        useDefaultListeners = true
        if (System.getProperty("groups.include") != null) {
            includeGroups System.getProperty("groups.include")
        }
        if (System.hasProperty("groups.exclude") != null) {
            excludeGroups System.getProperty("groups.exclude")
        }
    }
    testLogging {
        showStandardStreams = true
        exceptionFormat = 'full'
    }
    options {
        listeners.add("com.coveros.selenified.utilities.Transformer")
        parallel = 'methods'
        threadCount = threads
    }
}

To override these parameters from the command-line, you'll want to pass in the variable name proceeded by a -D and set the desired value. For example, to change threading from the default 5 to 2, the below command would be used:

gradle selenified -Dthreads=2

Full Example

plugins {
    id 'java'
}

group 'com.coveros'
version '1.0-SNAPSHOT'

sourceCompatibility = 1.8
targetCompatibility = 1.8

repositories {
    mavenCentral()
}

dependencies {
    testCompile group: 'com.coveros', name: 'selenified', version: '3.0.4'
}

task selenified(type: Test) {
    def threads = System.getProperty("threads") ? System.getProperty("threads") : 5
    systemProperties System.getProperties()
    useTestNG() {
        useDefaultListeners = true
        if (System.getProperty("groups.include") != null) {
            includeGroups System.getProperty("groups.include")
        }
        if (System.hasProperty("groups.exclude") != null) {
            excludeGroups System.getProperty("groups.exclude")
        }
    }
    testLogging {
        showStandardStreams = true
        exceptionFormat = 'full'
    }
    options {
        listeners.add("com.coveros.selenified.utilities.Transformer")
        parallel = 'methods'
        threadCount = threads
    }
}

Sample Project

A sample maven project can be found here

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