How to hover element when action class is not working in my Selenium framework ?

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When i am writing the code to hover an element and click in sub menu outside my framework it is working fine .

Below is the code :

 WebElement element = driver.findElement(By.partialLinkText("Scorecards"));

  Actions action = new Actions(driver);

  action.moveToElement(element).build().perform();

IS there any other way to get the hover done ?
Feb 15 in Selenium by Raishul
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I guess action class is the way of getting mouse hover in selenium

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