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This plugin turns your Jenkins cluster into a Selenium3 Grid cluster, so that you can utilize your heterogeneous Jenkins clusters to carry out Selenium tests. It now has configurations to really specify the capabilities of each node so it won't fail your tests when a node is started with incompatible capabilities.
Selenium Grid deployment on Jenkins cluster
This plugin sets up Selenium Grid in the following way
- On master, Selenium Grid Hub is started on port 4444, unless configured otherwise in Jenkins global configurations. This is where all your tests should connect to.
- For each slave, necessary binaries are copied and Selenium RCs are started.
- RCs and the Selenium Grid Hub are hooked up together automatically.
Grid can also accept additional nodes launched outside Jenkins.
Connecting to Selenium Grid
When you run selenium tests in stand-alone Selenium, you specify the type of the browser in the constructor.
In addition to standard platform matching capability offered out-of-the-box by Selenium Grid, Jenkins allows you to specify "jenkins.label" as a capability, whose value is an expression of label names to narrow down where to run the tests. See the following example:
These capabilities are matched by a custom capability matcher.
Connecting from Selenium 1 client
Selenium 1 clients can connect to this via the following syntax:
Due to the underlying code change in Selenium, this plugin no longer allows Selenium1 clients to do label-based capability matching like the previous versions. If this is important, please use the selenium plugin 1.5, which is the last version that shipped with Selenium Grid 1, which supported the "LABEL[&LABEL&...]:BROWSER" syntax in the browser field to select nodes via labels.
Pick an available slave randomly, and run IE there. Since there's no guarantee that the randomly selected slave can actually run IE, this way of specifying a browser is unreliable unless all your slaves are Windows.
Pick an available slave that has the 'windows' label randomly, and run IE. This gives you assurance that IE will be executable
Run Firefox on a node that has both 'windows' and '32bit' labels
The "BROWSER" portion is passed as-is to the selenium RC. For valid values, see this.
Version 3.12.0 (December 22th, 2017)
- Update selenium standalone server to 3.12.0 (dmitryyu)
- Update htmlunit driver to 2.29.2 (dmitryyu)
- Add null check on RemoteRunningStatus to prevent errors from crashing the plugin (ryantrevisol)
Version 3.7.1 (December 22th, 2017)
- Update selenium standalone server to 3.7.1 (dmitryyu)
- Update htmlunit driver to 2.28.2 (dmitryyu)
- Add edgedriver support (dmitryyu)
- Add ability to choose IEDriver version (dmitryyu)
- Fix use isAdmin from plugin instead of Jenkins isAdmin so that our custom selenium plugin admin role is checked for (Michad)
Version 3.1.0 (February 26th, 2017)
- Update selenium standalone server to 3.1.0
This plugin requires Jenkins to run under Java 8 as of version 3.1.0
- Add new icon for Edge nodes
Version 2.53.1 (June 9th, 2016)
- Add ability to set max allowed sessions on hub and node, so more than 5 browsers can potentially run at the same time
- Add MIT license
- Fix chosen loglevel not being applied to plugin loggers
- Fix regression in configuration upgrading
- Fix missing security allowed non-admin user to change node configuration through various ways
Version 2.53.0 (April 20th, 2016)
- Update selenium server standalone to version 2.53.0
- Add htmlunitdriver dependency
- Implement new jenkins security spec MasterToSlaveCallable
- Fix configurations not saving
- Various UI fixes
- Fix exception when trying to restart hub while it's not running
- Cleanup of old code
Version 2.4.1 (April 12th, 2014)
- Added missing configuration for system properties (webdriver.ie.driver and webdriver.chrome.driver for example) for the direct JSON configuration to be useful.
Version 2.4 (April 11th, 2014)
- Added a way to specify the hub host name for slaves to connect to.
- Added a new JSON configuration type where you can directly specify a configuration directly in JSON.
- Now bundling the IE server so it deploys it on windows machine directly for the RC configuration and WD configuration types.
- Allows the hub to be restarted if needs be. Happens sometimes that the hub process goes nuts and needs a restart without having to restart jenkins.
- Improved rendering of the selenium main page where it groups the available sessions per host instead of listing them all straight. Was not really nice when you have more than 3-4 selenium nodes connected to the hub.
- When a node configuration is removed, it is now stopped on all the slaves and removed from the running configurations.
- Various other small fixes and improvements in the code
Version 2.3 (Never released)
- Had a problem with the release process and the plugin never got to the jenkins server.
Version 2.1 (Sept 4, 2012)
- Rewrote the whole plugin to add configurations and service management.
Version 2.0 (Dec 26, 2011)
- Substantially modified to work with Selenium 2.
Version 1.5 (Dec 24, 2011)
- pull request 4 Added -browserSessionReuse option
- Improved error diagnostics when the Jenkins URL isn't configured.
Version 1.4 (Mar 4, 2011)
- Made the log level configurable (JENKINS-5637)
- Fixed possible selection of wrong Selenium RC.
- Upgraded to Selenium Grid 1.0.7 (JENKINS-6207)
Version 1.3 (Jan 25, 2010)
- Make sure hub was started before launching RCs (JENKINS-5370)
- Supported trustAllSSLCertificates option (JENKINS-5372)
Version 1.2 (Sep 7, 2009)
- Upgraded to Selenium Grid 1.0.4
- Upgraded to Selenium Server 1.0.1
- Allow nodes to be excluded from the Grid
- Specify additional Remote Control startup options (-browserSideLog, -log, -debug, -firefoxProfileTemplate)
Version 1.0 (Apr 26, 2009)
- First version