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A.T.O.M task fails with "Could not find usernames: 0Description is required."

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Tried to launch test task at A.T.O.M at Jira, but have failed with following error "Could not find usernames: 0Description is required.".

 

This is the xml file:

===========================================

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<testsuites time="0.000" tests="1" failures="1">
  <testsuite id="0" name="cls-core-web-test.dll" tests="1" failures="1" time="0.000">
    <testcase classname="cls_web_test.Tests.UserJourneys.BrowseTests" name="TS_5097_UserCanSearchForFolders" time="0.0000001">
      <error message="OneTimeSetUp: OpenQA.Selenium.WebDriverTimeoutException : Timed out after 30 seconds&#xD;&#xA;  ----&gt; OpenQA.Selenium.NoSuchElementException : no such element: Unable to locate element: {&quot;method&quot;:&quot;css selector&quot;,&quot;selector&quot;:&quot;.auth0\-lock\-submit&quot;}&#xD;&#xA;  (Session info: chrome=91.0.4472.77)"></error>
    </testcase>
  </testsuite>
</testsuites>

===========================================

 

At the moment have no idea where to look at. 

Screenshot 2021-06-09 at 15.43.04.png

 

Thanks for advice

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