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Introduction

This chapter deals with the question of how to translate a planned test into a test structure in Ranorex Studio. You’ll learn the ways you can structure your tests, which structures are useful for which purposes, and best practices in structuring your tests.

Right away we need to emphasize that, unfortunately, there is no one answer to the question of how to structure your tests. There are several different basic structure models that have different advantages and disadvantages. Which one you choose depends mostly on what you want to test and how you want to test it.

Recommended knowledge

To get the most out of this chapter, you should be familiar with the following topics and their terminology:

Reference

Solutions and projects in Ranorex studio are explained in

Ranorex Studio fundamentals > Ranorex Studio > ⇢ Create a new solution

Ranorex Studio fundamentals > Ranorex Studio > ⇢ Create a new project

Reference

Test suites and their items are explained in

Ranorex Studio fundamentals > Ranorex Studio Overview > ⇢ Test suite structure