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Error while running selenium script on IE6

The following is the code: 
1).selenium.click("css=img[alt=\"Search\"]"); // For clicking Search Button 2).selenium.waitForPopUp("winSLocation", "30000"); // Wait for popup 3).selenium.selectWindow("name=winSLocation"); // Popup window 4).selenium.type("id=sLocation", "dal"); // dal Value assigning to the text in Pop up 5).selenium.click("id=btnSearch"); // Then click on search button 6).selenium.waitForPageToLoad("30000"); // wait for popup to get all value from dal 7).selenium.click("id=r1c1"); // to selecting the dal value from required values After 


Clicking the Search button (means 1st point )we are getting the following error in selenium RC Command history “file:///C:/DOCUME~1/yamunach/LOCALS~1/Temp/customProfileDir872f1cda4df44c588669558e67f77656/core/RemoteRunner.hta “ 


This Error is Occurring in IE 6.0 but Firefox 3.0 it is working fine 


Solutions to try: 


That’s an issue with the version of IE and the way IE handles Selenium RC…it’s a known bug on selenium 


Clear the IE browsers cache and try running it again 


If the above doesn’t work then verify that the parent window and the child both are on the same domain 


If they are on the same domain then pls do the following on IE Internet Options > Security > uncheck the Enable Protected mode checkbox and try running the script 


If the above doesn’t work too…then pls verify you aren’t running the tests on RC which is less than 1.0.1 – check the revision too…get the latest build – that should work 


Above all if you have to test on IE6 you will have to compromise on many aspects as selenium can’t touch all of IE6 If testing on IE6 isn’t necessary then pls move on to IE8 – there shouldn’t be any problem on this version 


Hope this helps!

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