LWC ShadowPath Generator
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Overview

Generates JS selector path for LWC Synthetic ShadowDOMs.

Chrome Extension to generate Selector paths for elements encapsulated by our LWC components' Synthetic Shadow DOM. Attempting to reproduce the functionality of Copy > Copy JS Path that Chrome provides for native Shadow DOM To Use: 1. Inspect any element to open Element Inspector, and then open up the LWC ShadowRoot panel by clicking '>>' on the far right. 2. Select the element that the obsolete Selenium selector used to select. 3. Copy and paste from the panel's jspath field into the console to confirm that it is selecting the desired element (remove the extra surrounding double quotes after pasting). 4. Copy and paste from the panel's java field into existing java test code to replace the obsolete Selenium selector.

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Sharmila SrikanthAug 26, 2021

This doesn't seem to be working in the currenct Chrome brower version - 92. Will this be resolved. Seem to be working fine in older Chrome versions ? Aprreciate any help on this

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Martin da SilvaJul 27, 2021

It was working fine but suddenly it stops to work. Nothing is displayed in the tab. Already re-install it.

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Matteo BellarasaJul 24, 2021

Not working anymore: it shows a white panel where the queries should be. Fix it pls, it is a huge help for working with salesforce elements

Details

  • Version
    1.3
  • Updated
    January 22, 2020
  • Offered by
    Salesforce
  • Size
    29.1KiB
  • Languages
    English (United States)
  • Developer
    Salesforce
    415 Mission St 3rd floor San Francisco, CA 94105-2533 US
    Email
    chromeextensions@salesforce.com
  • Trader
    This developer has identified itself as a trader per the definition from the European Union.

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