I ran into a little issue today while validating some input fields in our application.
Looks like we can’t call the selenium java method
clear() to clear the input and I know I can iterate over the string and use
clear method should do the work?
Anyone else ran into the same issue and how did you work around this problem.?
Our app is built upon Ant libraries
String hotmarketNameEdit = "ant-input"; WebElement edit = driver.findElement(By.className(hotmarketNameEdit)); edit.click(); edit.clear();
<input type="text" id="label" class="ant-input ant-input-sm" value="AUTOMATION TEST - Thu Oct 21 09:54:15 MDT 2021" xpath="1">
Thanks for any inputs
I’ve personally come across this issue quite a few times, that Selenium
.clear() method does not work properly.
Selenium community is aware of this issue, please see the bug reported here – ClearText does not work
You can go through the above-mentioned link.
Majority of time, I try to simulate
Ctrl + A to
select the text and just press delete after that.
If You are using Java as a binding language, You can do the following
webElement.sendKeys(Keys.CONTROL + "a") webElement.sendKeys(Keys.DELETE)