Skip to main content

Selenium Standalone

file​

Upload a file to remote machine on which the browser is running.

Selenium Standalone command. More details can be found in the official protocol docs.

Usage​
browser.file(file)
Parameters​
NameTypeDetails
filestringBase64-encoded zip archive containing single file which to upload. In case base64-encoded data does not represent a zip archive or archive contains more than one file it will throw an unknown error.
Returns​
  • <String> path: Absolute path of uploaded file on remote machine.

getHubConfig​

Receive hub config remotely.

Selenium Standalone command. More details can be found in the official protocol docs.

Usage​
browser.getHubConfig()
Returns​
  • <Object> config: Returns the hub config with slotCount, timeouts and other information.

gridTestSession​

Get the details of the Selenium Grid node running a session.

Selenium Standalone command. More details can be found in the official protocol docs.

Usage​
browser.gridTestSession(session)
Parameters​
NameTypeDetails
sessionStringThe id of the session to receive hub details for.
Returns​
  • <Object> details: Object containing information about session details.

gridProxyDetails​

Get proxy details.

Selenium Standalone command. More details can be found in the official protocol docs.

Usage​
browser.gridProxyDetails(id)
Parameters​
NameTypeDetails
idstringthe id of the proxy (can be received using gridTestSession command).
Returns​
  • <Object> details: Object containing information about proxy.

manageSeleniumHubLifecycle​

Manage lifecycle of hub node.

Selenium Standalone command. More details can be found in the official protocol docs.

Usage​
browser.manageSeleniumHubLifecycle(action)
Parameters​
NameTypeDetails
actionStringCommand to call on Selenium Hub. The only implemented action is to 'shutdown' the hub.

queryGrid​

Send GraphQL queries to the Selenium (hub or node) server to fetch data. (Only supported with Selenium v4 Server)

Selenium Standalone command. More details can be found in the official protocol docs.

Usage​
browser.queryGrid(query)
Parameters​
NameTypeDetails
querystringA GraphQL query to be send to the server.
Example​
const result = await browser.queryGrid('{ nodesInfo { nodes { status, uri } } }');
console.log(JSON.stringify(result, null, 4))
/**
* outputs:
* {
* "data": {
* "nodesInfo": {
* "nodes": [{
* "status": "UP",
* "uri": "http://192.168.0.39:4444"
* }]
* }
* }
* }
*/
Returns​
  • <Object> data: Result of the GraphQL query.