Selenium JARS(Java) missing from downloadable link

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I downloaded the latest JARS via zip download of Selenium Webdriver for Java, and after extracting, I realized that some JAR files are missing, especially the selenium-java-x.xx.x.jar file. I downloaded it from here: http://www.seleniumhq.org/download/
Am I doing something wrong during extraction? How will I get the required JARS?
Apr 5, 2018 in Selenium by Martin
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Nothing to worry about here. In the previous verison of Selenium the JAR files were different. In the latest version, the selenium-java-x.xx.x.jar was renamed to client-combined-x.x.x-nodeps.jar. So, just make sure you import all the JARS onto your IDE and you will be fine. A lof of other JARS have also been renamed and there was no official announcement of the same. So, just add your JARS to your build path and check if it works. It should work IMO.

Simply add this new JAR in your build path Libraries.
answered Apr 5, 2018 by nsv999
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