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  1. I am using "Python-3.4.1 32 bit" on "Windows 7 64 bit" machine with "Selenium" using "Firefox 33". I am trying to automate downloading a "CSV" file from a secured website after furnishing the necessary credentials. I have written the required code to navigate to the correct element to initiate the download of the file but I am stuck when Firefox gives the download box (Dialog box title: Opening export.csv, "Open with" and "Save File" options as radio buttons with "OK" and "Cancel" as buttons). I want the file to be downloaded automatically and for that I have tried the following codes without
  2. Thanks "thescientist" and "justsomeguy" for your replies (detailed explanation by justsomeguy) I worked on a similar concept "thescientist" and made the automation work. I am posting the code so that you all can use it if you so feel the need for it: from selenium import webdriverfrom selenium.webdriver.common.keys import Keysfrom selenium.webdriver import ActionChainsfrom selenium.webdriver.common.by import Byfrom selenium.webdriver.support.ui import WebDriverWaitimport timedriver = webdriver.Firefox()driver.get("http://website_url.com")element_user_name = driver.find_element_by_i
  3. davej, I had already referred to "selenium" documentation (for Python) and found some ways to automate my project. I have sort of navigated to the webpage and am able to interact with the different elements. I would however, very much like to see some other alternative approaches to this problem. Thanks for your suggestion
  4. I am doing a project in which I have to automatically download a file from a secured website by providing a username and password for which I am using "Selenium" with "Python 3.4.1" in Windows 7 x86_64 environment. The website is written using "JavaScript". And I don't know JavaScript.After going through the code for the webpage, so far, I have done this in Python in conjunction with Selenium webdriver: Code: from selenium import webdriverfrom selenium.webdriver.common.keys import Keysdriver = webdriver.Firefox()driver.get("http://www.website_name.com") element_user_name = driver.find_eleme
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