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  • What is Selenium IDE, Selenium RC, Selenium WebDriver, Selenium Grid?
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  • SELENIUM WEBDRIVER:

  • Selenium WebDriver Architecture
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  • First Selenium WebDriver Script
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  • Solution - Failed To Launch Browser Using Selenium WebDriver
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  • Handle Ajax Call in Selenium
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  • Stale Element Reference Exception in Selenium
  • Integrate Sikuli with Selenium
  • Headless Browser Testing 
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  • Headless Browser Testing using PhanthomJSDriver

  • TESTNG:

  • TestNG Installation
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  • REPORTS:

  • Extent Reports Introduction
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  • Extent Reports Version 4

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  • ANT Build Tool - How To Download & Install
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  • Jenkins - How To Download & Install
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  • Send Email report based on build Status
  • Selenium Continuous Integration with Jenkins [Selenium – Maven – Git – Jenkins] – Step By Step Guide

  • CROSS BROWSER TESTING:

  • Running Selenium Tests On BrowserStack
  • Kobiton - Mobile Testing Platform with Real Devices

  • MOBILE TESTING:

  • Mobile Testing Platform with Real Devices

  • AUTOMATION FRAMEWORKS:

  • What is Framework & Types of Framework
  • Page Object Model Design Pattern
  • Data Driven Framework
  • How to explain Test Automation Framework or Selenium Automation Framework Architecture In Interview

  • API Testing:

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  • Testng Asserts – How To Use Assertions In TestNG

    TestNG Asserts

    TestNG Asserts are the most frequently used methods while creating Selenium Scripts. Let’s see Assertions in TestNG and where to use them

    TestNG Asserts help us to verify the condition of the test in the middle of the test run. Based on the TestNG Assertions, we will consider a successful test only if it is completed the test run without throwing any exception.

    Must Read: Soft Assert And Its Advantages over Asserts

    Let’s see a basic example using TestNG Asserts.

    We do verify the title of the webpage using TestNG Asserts.

    Here I do take two test conditions. In the first condition, I take a title value correctly and use assertEquals statement and in the second condition, I take incorrect title value to deliberately throw the exception.

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    Step 1: Open Gmail

    Step 2: Verify whether the title matches to the given String. If it matches, go to the email field and type the given text in the sendKeys method else it throws an exception

    Note: In this step, I took the actualTitle value correctly in the below script. So it goes to the email filed and type the given text.

    Step 3: Again open gmail

    Step 4: Verify whether the title matches to the given String. If it matches, go to the email field and type the given text in the sendKeys method else it throws an exception

    Note: In this step, I took incorrect actualTitle value. Here due to assertion fails, it throws an exception.

    Different TestNG Asserts Statements:

    Assert.assertEquals(String actual,String expected) : Asserts that two Strings are equal. If they are not, an AssertionError is thrown.

    Parameters:
    actual – the actual value
    expected – the expected value

    Assert.assertEquals(String actual,String expected, String message) : Asserts that two Strings are equal. If they are not, an AssertionError, with the given message, is thrown.

    Parameters:
    actual – the actual value
    expected – the expected value
    message – the assertion error message

    Assert.assertEquals(boolean actual,boolean expected) : Asserts that two booleans are equal. If they are not, an AssertionError is thrown.

    Parameters:
    actual – the actual value
    expected – the expected value

    Assert.assertTrue(condition) : Asserts that a condition is true. If it isn’t, an AssertionError is thrown.

    Parameters:
    condition – the condition to evaluate

    Assert.assertTrue(condition, message) :  Asserts that a condition is true. If it isn’t, an AssertionError, with the given message, is thrown.

    Parameters:
    condition – the condition to evaluate
    message – the assertion error message

    Assert.assertFalse(condition) :  Asserts that a condition is false. If it isn’t, an AssertionError is thrown.

    Parameters:
    condition – the condition to evaluate

    Assert.assertFalse(condition, message) : Asserts that a condition is false. If it isn’t, an AssertionError, with the given message, is thrown.

    Parameters:
    condition – the condition to evaluate
    message – the assertion error message

    You could find the complete TestNG tutorial here.

    TestNG Complete Tutorial

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    4 thoughts on “Testng Asserts – How To Use Assertions In TestNG”

    1. Hi sir
      I have query regarding Login function I am trying to automate application & I am logged in successfully on the second time I am checking that user is already is in the application but every time it goes inside If condition & writing Username & password so my next test case is getting failed
      Please give me solution

      • Hi Ajinkya Kale, I didnt get you. Could you pls give me more info..

    2. There is no method Assert.assertEqual() ; in testng

      • Hi Sriraman, Good catch. Updated it.

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