Sending cookies using Selenium WebDriver

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When I run my test script for the first time then I need to first login and then I can get into the desired web page. This happens each time I run the test, and this login page takes a lot of time to load. Is there a way where I can pass log in operation using Chrome or Firefox in Selenium WebDriver using Java language?

May 25, 2018 in Selenium by DareDev
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You can create cookies using Java API as below:

Cookie cook = new Cookie("name", "value");
driver.manage().addCookie(cpok);

you can create cookies using the Python API as below:

driver.add_cookie({'name': 'foo', 'value': 'bar'})
answered May 25, 2018 by Meci Matt
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