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Running Selenium tests

Hi,

I am new to Bitbucket pipeline and I am trying to integrate selenium tests with Bitbucket pipeline. I have selenium tests that I need to run as part of the Bitbucket pipeline. The test project is a .net core project and uses the chrome headless browser. 

 

I tried the below two approaches:

 

1) If I use the "microsoft/dotnet:sdk" image in the yml file, I get an error as Chrome is not a part of the image. Can someone please help me with the steps to install chrome to the docker image.

 

2) I tried another approach wherein I used another docker hub image - selenium/hub in my yml file. But when I try to execute the test using dotnet test command in the yml file, I get an error stating dotnet is not a recognized command. This is despite having dotnetcore in the cache step. Am I missing something here?

 

Thanks,

Rommel

1 answer

I was able to run the selenium .net core tests successfully. Below are some ways that I was able to do. 

1. Using the below docker hub images:

- devpassis/seleniumdotnetcore

- reececollett/seleniumtesting

 

2. Using the below emulators:

- Browser stack

- Sauce Labs

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