Trying parallel for web automation, but it does not seem to work, Why?

I’m trying to run tests in parallel for web automation. I used your online document, but it does not seem to work. Please help.

Hello Ana,

Running tests in parallel with Selenium and Python is a great way to save time and speed up your testing process. Here’s more about the repository you’ve shared:

The repository behave_parallel_features provides a reference for running tests in parallel using the Behave framework. Here’s what you can find in the repository:

  1. Behave Framework: The repository is centered around the Behave framework, a popular BDD (Behavior-Driven Development) testing framework for Python. This framework helps you write human-readable test scenarios.
  2. Parallel Execution: It demonstrates how to run Behave tests in parallel, which is incredibly useful for reducing test execution time, especially when dealing with a large suite of tests.
  3. Scalability: Parallel execution is crucial when you want to scale your testing efforts, making it easier to test across multiple browsers, devices, or configurations simultaneously.
  4. Example Scenarios: The repository likely includes sample BDD scenarios to show how to structure your tests and step definitions effectively.

This repository is a valuable reference for anyone looking to implement parallel testing with Selenium and Behave in a Python environment.

If you have any specific questions or need further details on parallel testing, please feel free to ask! :slight_smile: