Google Chrome browser introduced some additional security features for cross-domain frames with version 80 and above. As a result some users have experience issues, trying to access an element from iFrame, which is not in the same domain.
We immediately recognized those changes and release updates to the framework and Test Studio products. Please make sure that you have updated to the latest version and that the browser is calibrated. If you are using the Telerik Testing Framework, you need to configure your browser with the respective line of code, before the browser is started. That should be done, when all instances of the browser are closed, otherwise some changes will not take affect.
I hope the above suggestion will help you configure the browser and automate this test scenario. If you encounter any troubles, please share more details about your environment, like:
- do you use the framework and which version do you have?
- what is the version of Chrome browser that you are using?
- what is the version of the Test Studio Extension that you have added?
- execute the test against calibrated Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge Chromium browsers and let me know what is the behavior.
Thank you for your cooperation in advance.
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