How can I troubleshoot and resolve the issue of “ is not accessible”?

167    Asked by Aalapprabhakaran in QA Testing , Asked on Feb 21, 2024

I am currently working on a specific task that is related to setting up a selenium-based WebDriver using the tool Chrome driver for automated testing. However, during going through the process, I was getting the error message “ is not accessible”. How can I troubleshoot and resolve this particular issue? 

Answered by Emma Cornish

 In the context of selenium, you can solve and troubleshoot the issue of “ is not accessible” by using the following steps:-

Checking dependencies Configuration

Try to ensure that the selenium-based web driver and chrome driver dependencies should be correctly configured in your particular build file . Here is an example given for maven:-







Verifying import statement

You should double-check the import statement for the ChromeDriver class in your particular test script. It should be like the following:-


Here is an example of coding given which demonstrates how to configure ChromeDriver and resolve this particular error:-

Import org.openqa.selenium.WebDriver;
Public class ChromeDriverExample {
    Public static void main(String[] args) {
        // Set path to ChromeDriver executable
        System.setProperty(“”, “path/to/chromedriver”);
        // Instantiate ChromeDriver
        WebDriver driver = new ChromeDriver();
        // Perform actions on the WebDriver instance
        // Close the browser

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