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execute test cases in Non headless mode in Bamboo

Is it possible to execute test cases in Non headless mode in Bamboo as the testcases contains Sikuli and Robot activities?

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Charlie Misonne Community Leader May 31, 2021

Hi Rahul, Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

If your Bamboo agent(s) has a GUI it should be possible to run non headless tests. Bamboo agents simply execute the commands you define in the build scripts. So the agent must support the commands you specify.

Hi Charlie,

Thanks for the reply..

While executing I can see the test execution is happening. But the chrome is not opening in the Server. Currently the execution is happening in the Bamboo server.

Is there any reference links available to setup the same

The current execution is happening same like headless mode without opening the chrome driver.

Charlie Misonne Community Leader May 31, 2021

Here is someone who solved it by using the --no-sandbox option for Chrome: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Bamboo-questions/How-to-call-chrome-by-bamboo-with-selenium-web-driver/qaq-p/1190182#M27186 Perhaps that will solve your issue.

When searching the web about this issue I found a lot of results, everything depends on your OS, programming language and other technologies you're using of course.

Thanks a lot Charlie. I will check this. :)

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