How can you run Selenium test cases on Jenkins?

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I've recorded some simple Selenium test cases using Selenium IDE but now I want to run those cases on Jenkins. Which plugin do N have to use along Jenkins in order to do that? And how to run the tests step by step?
Jun 28 in Selenium by Surya
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You can use recorded Selenium IDE script and selenium-server.jar file to run it on Jenkins Here are the steps:

  1. Go to Seleniumhq page and download the Server file for Selenium Eg: selenium-server-standalone-3.41.0.jar
  2. Repair HTML test suite and use the Selenium IDE to record and then save it as an HTML test case and test suite then add them in the same folder eg: TestCase.html, TestSuite.html
  3. In Jenkins
    • Plugin Seleniumhq
    • Configure Selenium runner file: Manage Jenkins > Configure System > Selenium Remote Control: htmlSuite Runner = path to file that you've downloaded in step 1.
    • Configure job to run In Build field click " Add build step" then select "seleniumhq htmlSuite Run" the browser: Firefox or explorer and startURL: "www.edureka.co" or suiteFile: Input absolute path to TestSuite.html file saved in step 2 and the resultFile: Input absolute path to a file whose results will be saved. 

Hope this helps:)

answered Jun 28 by Vaishnavi
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