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Month: July 2019

Push Code to Git Repositories using Command Prompt

Steps to Push Code to Git Repositories using Command Prompt


1. Download Git from below Link:

https://git-scm.com/download/win/ [Git must be installed in Local System].

2. Once Git is installed >> SSH Key should be Added in Git.

Login to Github >> Go to Settings >> User should be able to see SSH and GPG Keys on Left Side Panel as per below Screenshot.                  

Click on SSH and GPG Keys >> User should be able to see as shown below in same page.

Now Click on New SSH Key and Add SSH Key.

Below are the Steps to Generate SSH Key using Git bash:          

Step1: Launch git bash.

Step2: Type ssh-keygen -t rsa -> Enter -> Enter -> Enter -> Key will be generated.


Admin@Admin-PC MINGW64 ~
$ ssh-keygen -t rsa

Generating public/private rsa key pair.
Enter file in which to save the key (/c/Users/Admin/.ssh/id_rsa):
/c/Users/Admin/.ssh/id_rsa already exists.
Overwrite (y/n)? y
Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase):
Enter same passphrase again:
Your identification has been saved in /c/Users/Admin/.ssh/id_rsa.
Your public key has been saved in /c/Users/Admin/.ssh/id_rsa.pub.
The key fingerprint is:
SHA256:RWDx9MsZekrqrGMqKoL7tWVvjq51BSlUnzknk78RAzU Admin@Admin-PC

Now Go to Path as shown above which is highlighted.              

[Path will be changed from System to System].

Open the File which is of Publisher type and user should be able to see SSH Key which needs to be added in Git. 

[Make sure key is starting with ssh-rsa].

Once SSH key is added, you are good to add your code to created repository in Git.

Note: We can add as many as ssh keys, if we need to give permission for someone who can contribute to our repositories.

Below are the commands to Push Code from Command Prompt:

Step 1:  Open Command Prompt.

Step 2:  Go to Folder/Workspace where your project/files stored.

In my case my project is stored in D: Drive and User should be in Project Folder.


Step 3: git init >> Command to initialise project with repository.

Step 4: git status >> To check status.

Since my project is already associated with created repository, it is showing as Reinitialized existing Git Repository.  If it is not initialized, still you can proceed and you can initialize later on.

Then I am checking status of files >> All files are highlighted in Red color because they are not ready to be committed.

Step 5: git add . Or git add Filename >> Commands to add all files or To add particular File.

Step 6: git status >> To check status. 

Now all files are highlighted in Green color because all files are ready to be Committed.

Step 7: git commit –m “Comment Message”

Step 8: git status

Now my code is ready to be pushed to Repository.

If Project is not initialised with GIT Repository  – Follow below command to initialise project with GIT Repository before pushing code to Repository. [It is a One Time Activity].

If Project is already initialzed you can ignore Step-9.

Step 9: git remote add  origin “Path of Git Repository”

Now Project will be initialised with GIT Repository and we are good to push our code.


Step 10: git push origin master [Master >> Branch Name].

If it asks for credentials >> Enter Valid Username and Password.

Code is Pushed to initialised GIT Repository.


Other git commands:

git clone “repository path“ – To download or clone complete repository from git.


git pull origin master – Once repository is cloned from git to local and we udpate any code for same repository in git. To get same code to be udpated in Local and in Eclipse we can use this command.



This blog is written by Pavan. He is an expert in Selenium Automation and currently working in Infosys as Automation QA Engineer.



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How to control Chromedriver using curl

How to control Chromedriver using curl

Here is how to use Chromedriver without libraries like selenium-webdriver. This can be useful for debugging.
The following example visits a web page and reads the a headline’s text contents.

1. download chromedriver.exe on windows/mac, go to the same directory and run this command:

On Mac: ./chromedriver &
On Windows: chromedriver.exe

2. Create a session:
Java Code:
WebDriver driver = new ChromeDriver();

Curl Command:
curl -XPOST http://localhost:9515/session -d ‘{“desiredCapabilities”:{“browserName”:”chrome”}}’

3. launch a URL:
Java Code:

Curl Command:
curl http://localhost:9515/session/142a7f9bb57b8fda48636c8709df9591/url -d ‘{“url”:”https://www.google.com”}’

4. find an element:
Java Code:
WebElement element = driver.findElement(By.name(“q”));

Curl Command:
curl http://localhost:9515/session/142a7f9bb57b8fda48636c8709df9591/element -d ‘{“using”:”name”, “value”:”q”}’

5. enter text in element:
Java Code:
element.sendKeys(“Naveen AutomationLabs”);

Curl Command:
curl http://localhost:9515/session/142a7f9bb57b8fda48636c8709df9591/element/0.45843488917986774-1/value -d ‘{“value”:[“Naveen Automation Labs”]}’

6. Quit Browser/close the session:
Java Code:

Curl Command:
curl -X DELETE http://localhost:9515/session/142a7f9bb57b8fda48636c8709df9591

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Usage of Cucumber Options which we use in TestRunner File

Usage of Cucumber Options which we use in TestRunner File

TestRunner File is used to build a Communication between Feature Files and StepDefinition Files. 

features: We use Cucumber features option to define path of feature file(s). 

glue: We use Cucumber glue option to define path of step definition file(s). 

format: We use Cucumber format option to generate output or test results in different types of formats. 
Eg: HTML Report, JUnit or TestNG Report, Cucumber Report and So. 

monochrome: We use Cucumber monochrome option to print console output in a very readable format. 
monochrome must be set to true in order to achieve it. 

strict: We use Cucumber strict option to check if any step if not defined in step definition file. 
If any step is not defined in step definition file then it will stop an execution of program. 

dryRun: We use Cucumber dryRun option to check whether all the steps from feature files has got methods and implemented or no in Step Definition File. 
Before execution of program dryRun must be set to true and we need to make sure that all steps are implemented in Step Definition File. 
Once we are sure that all steps are implemented then dryRun must be set to False and we should continue with Test Execution.

tags: We use Cucumber tags option when we have more number of scenarios in a single feature file which represents different purpose [Smoke, Sanity, Regression etc] in such cases we can make use tags option.
Eg: tags={ ” @ Smoke ” } >> It will pick only and only those scenarios which are tagged with Smoke in feature files.

This blog is contributed by Pavan KrishnanReddy Working as Testing Executive at Infosys Limited  
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How to solve Maven issue – Could not resolve archetype org.apache.maven.archetypes from any of the configured repositories.

How to solve Maven issue – Could not resolve archetype org.apache.maven.archetypes from any of the configured repositories.

  • Problem: – 

Steps to follow:
  1. Right click on project
  2. click on properties
  3. java build path
  4. select source
  5. add, apply then OK

6. Open window preferences
7. open Maven
8. deselect all dialog box

9. Open window : preferences, open Maven Archetype, click on ‘Add Remote catalog’ and add Catalog file: http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/archetype-catalog.xml
Description: Maven Catalog.

10. check library, right click on project

click on properties, go to java build path
click libraries
add external jars
add, apply ok. 

Error Resolved!! YEY!

This is Nazia. I have recently completed my post-graduation. Later I joined Naveen Automation Labs which is one of the best online training programs and improved my automation skills a lot. I face some difficulties while configuring Maven, so I tried some of the possible ways to solve them, hope this will help you as well.

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