Before you start creating your first test case with Ranorex Studio you should know about the main views and layout of Ranorex Studio.
A Ranorex Studio project is based on files and uses the same project file format as Microsoft Visual Studio 2008/2010. The project view shows all files and references currently associated with the project. A Ranorex Studio project can have the following type of items:
|Test Suite||Represents the projects test suite (*.rxtst)|
|Module Group||Represents the projects module groups (*.rxtmg)|
|Repository||Used to manage UI elements (*.rxrep)|
|Represents an automation module based on capture/replay (*.rxrec)|
|Code Files||Any type of C# or VB.NET code; typically used to create code based automation modules|
The 'Module Browser' view lists all available modules (Code Modules & Recording Modules) based on the project's code files and module groups based on the projects module group file. In addition it shows all the variables defined by a module or module group. The view is mainly used to drag and drop and to reuse automation modules and module groups within the test suite view.
Specify folders (e.g. for recording files) within the project's view to group modules. In order to find already existing modules use the module browser's search field.
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