Ranorex Multi Thread Operations

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Ranorex Multi Thread Operations

Post by Can » Tue Aug 05, 2014 8:58 am

Hello ..

I want to use multi thread operation with Ranorex .Is it possible?(If ıt is possible , ı use ranorex multithread on web application.)
I read about this topic on ranorex form but ı do not understand ?
Can you explain it ?
Can you give some example about this topic ?


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Re: Ranorex Multi Thread Operations

Post by Support Team » Wed Aug 06, 2014 3:24 pm

Hi Can,

This depends on the multi thread operations you want to use.
What kind of multi thread operations do you want to use and for what purpose do you want to use them?
In general Ranorex is designed to run in single threaded mode except when using the popup watcher. The popup watcher is also running in its own thread.

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Re: Ranorex Multi Thread Operations

Post by Can » Fri Aug 08, 2014 9:55 am

Hello ..
For example 5 Thread & Loop 20 (Total =100) Login example.com web page .Is it possible ?
Note : I do not have web services so I decide prepare to load test with ranorex ..

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Re: Ranorex Multi Thread Operations

Post by Support Team » Tue Aug 12, 2014 3:05 pm

Hi Can,

Do you want to perform the same UI actions in each thread on one machine?

When you want to perform the same UI actions in parallel in different threads on one machine you will most likely get issues with synchronization since each of the different actions need to use the mouse or the keyboard to perform the specific actions. To handle this situation you need to synchronize them, to run each one by one, but this would then be more or less the same as in single thread mode.

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