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How do I open Projects in the Stand Alone Application?

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Chad
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Chad asked on 20 Jan 2017, 08:58 PM

I'm trying to simply open a project using the stand alone application via git.  Clicking on Test Studio>Open directs me to the location in which my project files are listed but no matter what I select, it just takes me to the end of the file without opening anything.

 

Attempts to open using source control are also unsucessful via git.  WHen asked to browse for folder ... it's the same result but this time ending in "folder already exists and is not an empty directory".  Creating a new folder does nothing, just says "Git Source Control:  Error connecting to Git repository:  Request failed with status code:  401".  But yet it says I'm already connected to the repository.  What am I missing here?  Apparently i can only open Recently worked on or viewed projects.

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Elena
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answered on 23 Jan 2017, 12:55 PM
Hello Chad,

The corresponding file that Test Studio is looking for is the Settings.aiis file which should be available for each project. Please double check you if your Git projects are properly checked-in and select a project root folder from GIt that contains such a file - it will be automatically detected and recognized. 

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Elena Tsvetkova
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