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  1. Misty
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    30 posts
    Member since:
    Feb 2015

    Posted 18 May Link to this post

    I originally had one huge project with all of the tests in the one project. It was becoming a nuisance because the project took forever to load. I also wanted to have the ability to reuse tests for different projects, make changes per my testing expectations. So I reorganized my projects and broke them up. Now, I can't open any project and I have nothing. I really don't want to start completely over but I don't know what to do. Please help!

    I want to have a project that houses only my master modules. Then another project that houses my regression tests. Another project that houses my login tests. When I look in my project, I can see the RESX files and the TSTEST file but I don't see them when I try to open the project. When I select the project, I get a dialog box that says, "Project not found!"

    Misty

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    Larry
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    Member since:
    Apr 2014

    Posted 18 May Link to this post

    When you are loading a project, TS has you select the root folder of your project; however, what it is really doing is using the Settings.aiis file to load a project.  If you simply moved tests to a different directory, then TS will have no idea what to load because of the missing aiis file.

    Another issue I see that you might run into is that TS cannot call tests across projects. So if you have a test that needs to log in first, you will not be able to run a login test that is saved in a different project.

  3. Misty
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    30 posts
    Member since:
    Feb 2015

    Posted 18 May in reply to Larry Link to this post

    Yes, Larry, you are absolutely correct! I was finally able to figure it out. You'll never guess who I figured it out! I finally created a new project and compared my moved project to the new project I had just created and saw the differences. So frustrating that it was something so simple! I thought I was going to have to create 200 new tests that I had already created; not to mention the time it took to learn, apply and understand what I was doing. Once I created a new project, basically the root folder, I was able to move my projects as a whole into that folder and it worked as I expected it to work. Huge lesson learned!

    Misty

  4. Ivaylo
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    Posted 23 May Link to this post

    Hello,

    @Larry: Thank you for helping in public forums. I have rewarded your account with telerik points.

    @Misty: Glad to hear you were able to figure it out. Please note that the proper way to include a test from one project to another is to use the Add existing test feature. This is available when you right click on the project name in Test Studio. I understand this is not convenient for adding multiple tests, where is better to simply copy and paste them from one location to another.

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