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I’m following this tutorial: The problem is related to the fact that Opera Driver is missing from classpath. Kick 4, 1 14 Note that the packaging type of arquillian-drone-webdriver-depchain artifact is pom so make sure that when including the dependency to your project, you define type as pom. I had a brief look at github. Email Required, but never shown. Did I understand it right that in our operadrivfr adding such an exclusion should be ideally a responsibility of qxwebdriver-java maintainers?
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Sign up using Facebook. I do not understand why the operadriver is needed The original qxwebdriver-java repo is a bit dated, so I’m fiddling with the fork with intention to update dependencies to latest versions.
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This happens because the project’s overall dependency on Guava resolves to Plz see the maven link http: Post as a guest Name. In the latter case, dependency is declared without version. Email Required, but never shown.
Everything works perfectly now, thank you for the hint! Neo 1 16 This is a perfectly common situation in Java and Maven, and not a defect. You can upgrade version though, to: An excerpt from my project’s dependency tree: This way all of its dependencies will be magen as transitive dependencies to your project.
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I was running this test in a remote JBoss-as