selenium: Start Selenium Server

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/selenium.R

Description

Start Selenium Server

Usage

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selenium(
  port = 4567L,
  version = "latest",
  chromever = "latest",
  geckover = "latest",
  iedrver = NULL,
  phantomver = "2.1.1",
  check = TRUE,
  verbose = TRUE,
  retcommand = FALSE,
  ...
)

Arguments

port

Port to run on

version

what version of Selenium Server to run. Default = "latest" which runs the most recent version. To see other version currently sourced run binman::list_versions("seleniumserver")

chromever

what version of Chrome driver to run. Default = "latest" which runs the most recent version. To see other version currently sourced run binman::list_versions("chromedriver"), A value of NULL excludes adding the chrome browser to Selenium Server.

geckover

what version of Gecko driver to run. Default = "latest" which runs the most recent version. To see other version currently sourced run binman::list_versions("geckodriver"), A value of NULL excludes adding the firefox browser to Selenium Server.

iedrver

what version of IEDriverServer to run. Default = "latest" which runs the most recent version. To see other version currently sourced run binman::list_versions("iedriverserver"), A value of NULL excludes adding the internet explorer browser to Selenium Server. NOTE this functionality is Windows OS only.

phantomver

what version of PhantomJS to run. Default = "2.2.1" which runs the most recent stable version. To see other version currently sourced run binman::list_versions("phantomjs"), A value of NULL excludes adding the PhantomJS headless browser to Selenium Server.

check

If TRUE check the versions of selenium available and the versions of associated drivers (chromever, geckover, phantomver, iedrver). If new versions are available they will be downloaded.

verbose

If TRUE, include status messages (if any)

retcommand

If TRUE return only the command that would be passed to process

...

pass additional options to the driver

Value

Returns a list with named elements process, output, error, stop, and log. process is the object from calling process. output and error are the functions reading the latest messages from "stdout" and "stderr" since the last call whereas log is the function that reads all messages. Lastly, stop call the kill method in process to the kill the process.

Examples

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## Not run: 
selServ <- selenium()
selServ$output()
selServ$stop()

## End(Not run)

wdman documentation built on Feb. 1, 2020, 1:07 a.m.