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anha
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10 months ago
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option to reflect TestComplete project folder structure in filesystem

As we would like to check multiple Websites (some of them with several sub pages) in one TestComplete project it would be great

to have an option, which creates the TestComplete project folder structure also on the file system, so that we could avoid long file names.

I think this could also make it easier to import them into another TestComplete project (e.g. SmokeTest).

 

example of our current structure

TestComplete Project WebApp:

  • KeywordTests
    • TemplateHowToUseControls
      • CheckBox
        • templateHowToUseControlsCheckboxCheckUncheckCheckboxesCombinationTest
        • templateHowToUseControlsCheckboxCheckUncheckSingleCheckboxesTest
        • templateHowToUseControlsCheckboxLabelsTest
        • templateHowToUseControlsCheckboxNavigationWithLeavePageDialogueTest
      • ComboBox
        • templateHowToUseControlsComboBoxNavigationTest
        • templateHowToUseControlsComboBoxPageTest

How it is currently stored in the File System:

KeywordTests

  • templateHowToUseControlsCheckboxCheckUncheckCheckboxesCombinationTest
  • templateHowToUseControlsCheckboxCheckUncheckSingleCheckboxesTest
  • templateHowToUseControlsCheckboxLabelsTest
  • templateHowToUseControlsCheckboxNavigationWithLeavePageDialogueTest
  • templateHowToUseControlsComboBoxNavigationTest
  • templateHowToUseControlsComboBoxPageTest

With an option to have project folders automatically created on the file system we could keep the file names shorter with a structure like:

KeywordTests

  • templateHowToUseControls
    • Checkbox
      • uncheckCheckboxesCombinationTest
      • uncheckSingleCheckboxesTest
      • labelsTest
      • navigationWithLeavePageDialogueTest
    • ComboBox
      • navigationTest
      • pageTest
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