Which exception is raised when an element is not found in an HTML DOM using XPath

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Jul 29 in Selenium by anonymous
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Hey,

stale element reference exception is thrown in one of two cases If the element has been deleted entirely or the element is no longer attached to the DOM.

The org.openqa.selenium.NoSuchElementException occurs when WebDriver is unable to find and locate elements. Usually, this happens when tester writes incorrect element bin the findElement(By, by) method. This exception is thrown even if the element is not loaded.

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