Technical Blog

| 3 min read
When automating web applications using Selenium WebDriver with Java, testers sometimes encounter scenarios that cannot be handled by WebDriver alone. This is where Java's Robot class comes in, offering a means to simulate user interactions at a level that goes beyond WebDriver's capabilities. Here's a look at the benefits of integrating the Robot class into your Selenium tests, along with a sample code snippet.
Selenium Components
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In Selenium WebDriver using Java, multiple methods exist to wait for elements to become present, visible, clickable, or until specific conditions are fulfilled. Using waits is necessary to handle elements to appear before taking actions with automation. You should think about using waits when if you are getting "Element Not Visible Exception"
Entity Reference Display in Views
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In Drupal, the default behaviour of entity reference fields allows us to select unpublished content if the content creator has permission to view unpublished content, which can be useful in specific scenarios where we need to establish relationships even with unpublished content. However, in many cases, we want to refer only to published content. The problem arises when we add references during content creation without verifying whether the referenced items are published. This can lead to confusion later when we wonder why the referenced contents are not visible when viewing the content. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use a Drupal view to filter the values appearing in an entity reference field
Drupal DXP
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entityQuery is one of the most used functions in Drupal. It helps you easily pull Drupal entities in code. But when you use this in contexts other than controllers, say in cron-jobs or update hooks where the system is accessed as anonymous users, it may not work as expected in Drupal 9 Unless you call accessCheck explicitly. This short article talks about how to use entityQuery in these contexts and write entityQuery compatible with Drupal 10.x
MySQL Logo
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From MySQL 5.7 onwards, the error SQLSTATE[42000]: Syntax error or access violation: 1055 Expression #1 of SELECT list is not in GROUP BY clause and contains nonaggregated column will appear if any non aggregated columns are in the select list, which is not in the group by clause. This article discusses one such use case with Mautic and how we solved it.
Drupal sitebuilding tips
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Agility is at the core of any Drupal site building project. The market changes fast, so the business needs. A Drupal site builder or developer also needs to support the business in this agile environment. This tutorial covers how to solve the error - "There is data for this field in the database. The field settings can no longer be changed."