Before running Selenium tests, you need to get Selenium WebDriver. ReadyAPI will use it to connect to browsers.
Download the latest version of Java WebDriver from the Selenium website.
Unpack the archive.
.jarfiles to the <ReadyAPI installation>/bin/ext folder.
.jarfiles must be in the ext directory. ReadyAPI will not detect files in subdirectories.
Starting from version 3.6, Selenium does not support the
guava-20.0.jardriver shipped with ReadyAPI. You have to manually replace the old library with a newer one shipped with Selenium:Show stepsHide steps
guava-20.0.jarlibrary from the <ReadyAPI installation>/lib directory.
Copy the lib/guava-*.jar file to the <ReadyAPI installation>/lib directory.
You do not need Maven or other build systems to run tests.