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Organizing projects in ReadyAPI - Importing folders ?

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Organizing projects in ReadyAPI - Importing folders ?

I have a repository of projects which are organized into folders. Only the innermost folders contain ReadyAPI projects. I would like to maintain the same folder structure in ReadyAPI by "importing" the entire folder structure. But, I cannot do that because it looks like ReadyAPI does not allow us to open folders which don't immediately have a ReadyAPI project in them.

I wonder if this is a reasonable expectation or if I am using the tool incorrectly.

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Re: Organizing projects in ReadyAPI - Importing folders ?

Hi @rajs2020,

 

ReadyAPI does not allow customizing the project files hierarchy.

 

The tool can store a project in a single file or split a project into several files so each team member can work on this project at the same time. In the latter case, we speak of a composite project, its structure is strictly defined and cannot be changed in a free way:
https://support.smartbear.com/readyapi/docs/integrations/git/project-structure.html

 

To import a simple project, you need to specify the .xml project file. In the case of a composite project, its root folder storing all other project files must be pointed out:
https://support.smartbear.com/readyapi/docs/projects/import.html

 

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Re: Organizing projects in ReadyAPI - Importing folders ?

Hi @rajs2020,

 

ReadyAPI does not allow customizing the project files hierarchy.

 

The tool can store a project in a single file or split a project into several files so each team member can work on this project at the same time. In the latter case, we speak of a composite project, its structure is strictly defined and cannot be changed in a free way:
https://support.smartbear.com/readyapi/docs/integrations/git/project-structure.html

 

To import a simple project, you need to specify the .xml project file. In the case of a composite project, its root folder storing all other project files must be pointed out:
https://support.smartbear.com/readyapi/docs/projects/import.html

 

How does it help?


Julia

Customer Care Team

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