It was my understanding that the attach method doesn't work with FF,
only with IE.  Can you confirm this?



On Apr 13, 12:07 am, Angrez Singh <ang...@gmail.com> wrote:
> For attaching to an existing Firefox instance you can use
> FireWatir::Firefox.attach() method. But you need to make sure the JSSh is
> running in the existing instance.
>
> Regarding XPath i'll look into it & get back to you.
>
> - Angrez
>
> On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 8:42 PM, Jeremy Mordkoff <j...@zeevee.com> wrote:
> >  Okay, I answered some of my own questions. I stumbled on the RDOC
> > browser, found js_eval and I started munging it.
>
> > In firebug, I can do
>
> > var results = document.evaluate("//*[name()='vgtile' and @label='Hulu']",
> > document, null, XPathResult.ORDERED_NODE_SNAPSHOT_TYPE, null);
>
> > if (results.snapshotLength >=
> > 1)
>
> > {
>
> >     results.snapshotItem(0).oncommand();
>
> > }
>
> > console.log("done")
>
> > and it works every time. But in firewatir, if I do
>
> > xpath="//*[name()='vgtile' and @label='Hulu']"
>
> > query = "browser=window.getBrowser(); document.evaluate(\"#{xpath}\",
> > document, null, 7, null).snapshotLength;"
>
> > ff.js_eval(query)
>
> > I get zero every time. Any ideas?  Is there a jssh forum?
>
> > PS. The 7 is the value of XPathResult.ORDERED_NODE_SNAPSHOT_TYPE since
> > XPathResult does not seem to be defined in jssh.
>
> > JLM
>
> > Hi all  --- no luck on my first issue, so I have taken a different
> > approach. I have installed firebug and fireunit and I have the basics
> > working in there. Now I want to move some of this over to firewatir.
>
> > Is there a way to see all of the jssh interactions when running a firewatir
> > script?
>
> > Is there a way to send raw javascript commands to jssh (and capture the
> > output) from a firewatir script?
>
> > Is there a way to attach to an existing ff instance, rather than calling
> > Firefox.new? I still feel like there must be one more doc around that I just
> > can’t find. Something that lists all of the methods and attributes of the
> > Firefox class and the supporting classes. Or does ruby have some built in
> > way to browse them?
>
> > JLM
>
> > * *
>
> > *Jeremy Mordkoff*
>
> > Director, QA, IT & Release
>
> > *ZeeVee, Inc.*
>
> > One Monarch Drive | Littleton, MA 01460
>
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>
> > Mobile: 978-257-2183
>
> > *...@zeevee.com *
>
> > *www.zeevee.com*
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