The recorderâ€™s GUI is divided into an actions table and an object repository. The actions table contains all recorded mouse, keyboard or validation actions. The object repository is used to identify all objects required by each recorded action item.
Time of execution
The time attribute represents the action's start time. Read more...
Type of action
Describes the type of recorded action (Key Sequence, Mouse or Validation). Depending on the type of action the recorder logs additional information like the type of mouse action (single or double click) or relative coordinates.
Associated repository object
Refers to the actionâ€™s corresponding object in the object repository.
Use the comment option to provide a brief description of the current recording.
The Ranorex Recorder is divided into an actions table and an object repository. After starting Ranorex Recorder, a new recording automatically uses an embedded repository. In that case the whole repository is part of a Ranorex recording.
To separate an embedded repository from a recording, save the repository as a file using the 'Save As...' button from the tool bar.
Just click the filename representing the external repository in order to switch back from an externally shared repository to an embedded one.
Every single recording created with Ranorex Studio or created by the standalone tool can be triggered via console using command line options. To run recordings from the console save the current recording and run Ranorex.Recorder.exe as follows:
Ranorex.Recorder.exe /rp MyRecording.rxrec /p /q
|Command line options
|/rxrecpath or /rp||Specifies the recording to open.|
|/play or /p||Runs the recording immediately.|
/quiet or /q
|Hides Ranorex Recorder tool.|
|/help or /?||Shows command line help information.|