Do I have to do some magic for signing to work in appium 1.16.0 (installed via npm) for IOS real device?
I can build and run just fine from xcode, I can also manually run
xcodebuild -allowProvisioningUpdates -project WebDriverAgent.xcodeproj -scheme WebDriverAgentRunner -destination 'id=redacted' test without any problem in
But when the tests run I get
Signing for "WebDriverAgentRunner" requires a development team. Select a development team in the Signing & Capabilities editor.
Any ideas what I am missing?
(I have DEVELOPER_TEAM and CODE_SIGN_IDENTITY in
~/.xcconfig and as properties in capabilities)
I have been trying to run Appium programatically and its always showing connection refused error (Snapshot attached)
Details:-- MACOS:Catalina and Appium version:1.16.0
I have checked that no other session for Appium is running on my machine also appium can run fine when i start session from terminal via command below
appium --address 127.0.0.1 --port 4723
Appium desktop is also working fine, But need to start Appium service programatically as my framework needs it.
To Debug I have tried to run on different ports and different Ips also but its still not working Please help if you have faced such issue.
I am unable to test a React Native Switch feature on an exiting app loaded on an iPhone.
The goal is to be able to toggle the switch with Appium.
The React Native Switch does not have the properties testID or accessibiltyLabel.
I have the following
One of the options renders to
Appium finds the element with the accessibiltyId=‘feature1’ and the xpath, but it does not provide any XPaths to the children components.
Any ideas as to how I can locate the Switch element?
[ "C:\android-sdk\tools\bin\platform-tools\adb.exe", "C:\android-sdk\tools\bin\emulator\adb.exe", "C:\android-sdk\tools\bin\tools\adb.exe", "C:\android-sdk\tools\bin\tools\bin\adb.exe" ]