Which Selenium Commands does SUM Support?

Synthetic User Monitoring (SUM) does not support all the commands that are possible in a Selenium IDE script.

The list of supported commands might evolve depending on the Simple Diagnostics Agent (SDA) version. With SDA 1.51, the supported commands are listed below.

Note

If an imported Selenium IDE script contains unsupported commands, no error is displayed at the time of import.
However, at the time of execution, the SUM location will return a "command XXX not supported" error.

Supported Commands

Command TypeCommandRemark
Selection commandsaddSelection

Cannot work with SAPUI5 dropdown when list structure is used. (The command requires <option> and <select> tags to be used.)

 removeSelection 
 selectCannot work with SAPUI5 dropdown when list structure is used. (The command requires <option> and <select> tags to be used.)
 selectFrame 
 

selectWindow

 
Assert/verify/check commandsassert 
 assertAlert  
 assertChecked  
 assertConfirmation  
 assertEditable 
 assertElementPresent 
 

assertElementNotPresent

 
 assertNotChecked  
 

assertNotEditable

 
 

assertNotSelectedValue

 
 assertNotText 
 

assertSelectedValue

Cannot work with SAPUI5 dropdown when list structure is used. (The command requires <option> and <select> tags to be used.)

 

assertSelectedLabel

Cannot work with SAPUI5 dropdown when list structure is used. (The command requires <option> and <select> tags to be used.)

 

assertText

 
 

assertValue

 
 assertPrompt 
 assertTitle 
 verify 
 verifyChecked 
 verifyEditable 
 verifyElementPresent 
 verifyElementNotPresent 
 verifyNotChecked 
 verifyNotEditable 
 verifyNotSelectedValue 
 verifyNotText 
 verifySelectedLabel 
 verifySelectedValue 
 verifyText 
 verifyTitle 
 verifyValue 
Wait commandswaitForElementPresent 
 waitForElementEditable 
 waitForElementNotEditable 
 waitForElementNotPresent 
 waitForElementNotVisible 
 waitForElementVisible 
 pause 
Action commandsopen 
 sendKeys 
 type 
 setWindowSize 
 run 
 executeScript 
 editContent 
 echo 
 chooseCancelOnNextConfirmation 
 chooseCancelOnNextPrompt 
 chooseOkOnNextConfirmation 
 webdriver answer on visible prompt 
 webdriver choose cancel on visible confirmation 
 webdriver choose cancel on visible prompt 
 webdriver choose ok on visible confirmation 
 answerOnNextPrompt