I know how to set the script library location within Ready API to actually use that functionality, but is there any way to see and modify those files within the GUI? Seems a bit clunky GUI design to me that I have to code those groovy scripts in notepad...
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Yes that was my desire. It seems to me to be an obvious functionality gap (IMO) in the product that we can modify and run groovy scripts in the ReadyAPI GUI if its in a Test Project, but not in the common code area that those project groovy scripts directly use.
Doing it in notepad would indeed be a nightmare! I recommend using the free Community version of IntelliJ, which is what we use in the development team to edit our Groovy (and Java) code:
We could of course build support for editing external Groovy code, but IntelliJ has been designed for this and will likely always be a better tool for editing Groovy code.
Manne, Ready! API developer