Created By  dmarkovtsev Monday, April 2, 2018

In some cases it makes sense to launch a browser in private mode to ensure exact same conditions every time you run a test.  This helps to cope with such things as remembered accounts or pending sessions not disconnected by a previous test.  Learn how to properly adjust browser profiles from this article.

Open profile settings by clicking Browser Settings button on the ribbon.

Select the profile you want to configure and proper command line parameter.

For Chrome specify

--incognito

For Firefox

-private

For IE

-private

How it works. When Rapise launches a test, if required browser is not opened yet Rapise uses profile settings to launch a new process with specified command line parameters .

Also a test can explicitly open a browser with specified URL.  If in this case browser is not running yet  then profile settings are also used to start it.

Navigator.Open("http://libraryinformationsystem.org");

 

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  • Last Updated: 4/2/2018
  • Article ID: KB334
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