Create Script

You can quickly create a Selenium script by recording a web session in your Firefox browser. You can then use that as a base and edit it further, and upload the finished script to Synthetic Monitoring for use with your browser and mobile checks.

Cache/Cookies

It is recommended to clear the cache and cookies before doing a recording of a web session, and before running the script locally.

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Record Web Session

Recording a web session while performing tasks in the interface is the quickest way to generate a basic script.

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Check Steps

After recording, it is generally a good idea to verify that everything was recorded correctly.

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Modify Script

After recording you may want to modify the script to optimize the behavior. This is optional, but will make your script more robust and useful.

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Play Script

When you have a script that seems reasonable for your purposes, you can play it locally from start to finish to try it out.

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Save Script

When the script runs fine locally, and you are happy with the results, you can save it as a case or suite file.

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Upload Script

When you have created and saved the script locally, you can upload it to Synthetic Monitoring. A quick way of doing that is to use the scenario manager.

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Run Script

With the script added as a scenario in Synthetic Monitoring scenario manager, you can give it a test run to see that it works as expected.

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