How to merge 2 Ranorex projects

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BHARATHMR
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How to merge 2 Ranorex projects

Post by BHARATHMR » Fri Jul 10, 2015 12:08 pm

I am having 2 Ranorex projects I want to combine these 2 projects and I want it make one project. Can anyone can help how to do it.

BHARATHMR
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Data source could not move to other project.

Post by BHARATHMR » Mon Jul 13, 2015 9:11 am

I am having 2 Ranorex projects I want to combine these 2 projects and want it make one project.
I have added other project to existing project and I combined these projects. And I added Ranorex test suite (*.rxtst) as well but not able to added data sources connected to the test suite.
Can anyone help me in this regard?

jma
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Re: How to merge 2 Ranorex projects

Post by jma » Tue Jul 14, 2015 7:59 am

Hello BHARATHMR,

do you have specific requirements? There are different approaches for organizing a Test Automation Project. One way would be to create Ranorex Test Suite libraries. Please have a look at the following link if you are interested in it: http://www.ranorex.com/blog/organizing- ... test-suite

Another easy solution to combine two Ranorex projects would be to add one project to the solution of another project. In order to do this, open the context menu of your solution and choose 'Add -> Existing Project...'.

In this case you have to set up one of the two projects as your startup project (this determines which test suite will be executed). Open the context menu of the project and choose 'Set as StartUp Project'. The modules of both projects will be available in the module browser.

If you do not want to manage your solution using two projects you could also copy existing modules from one project to another. Use the context menu of the project and choose 'Add -> Existing Item...'. Now you will be able to choose modules from another project. After doing so, you have to decide if you want to copy or link the corresponding repository.

As you can see, there are some different ways to combine existing projects depending on your needs.

I hope, this will help you.