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Need help with selenium testing processes!

Need help with selenium testing processes!

Need help with selenium testing processes!

Hi good friends of the earth!

I am new to selenium testing processes.

How do I:

- Schedule basic daily check scripts to run every morning and email any issues to relevant business stakeholders e.g. Check that searches work on ThisIsLondon.co.uk

- Integrate more detailed tests with our Maven build process so they are automatically run when code is checked in

- Formulate a strategy for data specific tests. At the moment, if we write a test that assumes a specific article is on a page, and somebody changes it, the test will fail. How can we best do this? It is possible for Selenium when running in server mode to use a temporary in-memory database. Or maybe we should have a dedicated static database that doesn't change?

Please let me know if you have any information?
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