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Copilot Lvl 2
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Indication of test software

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I am developing an automated test project in my company, however I am using Cypress to perform the tests. But Cypress does not have access to popups. Because the app is signed in via Google Accounts, I need software that is able to access and work with popups!


Thanks a lot for the help!

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Re: Indication of test software

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Ground Controller Lvl 2
Message 3 of 7

Re: Indication of test software

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Commander Lvl 3
Message 4 of 7

Re: Indication of test software

With "pop-up", do you mean a regular JS alert box you get with alert()?

- Mark
Copilot Lvl 2
Message 5 of 7

Re: Indication of test software

Hey ... all right?

My problem is that the system login is via Google Accont and to access a new popup is opened to acerssar google account. I wanted to automate this, but I can not access the popup.

Thank for you contact!


Commander Lvl 3
Message 6 of 7

Re: Indication of test software

I am afraid it is not possible to test for anything like that. You could take a look at Selenium testing on Google, but I don't know if that'll contribute much either.

- Mark
Copilot Lvl 2
Message 7 of 7

Re: Indication of test software



If you are specifically talking about accessing the browser pop ups during sign in then you may be able to do that embedding the credentials in the url when the test starts up, like this (irrespective what test framework you are using) -- this sends the credentials in the standard HTTP "Authorization" header.


NOTE: I heard the latest version of Chrome browsers may block this but I know Firefox supports this format. This is worth a shot.