How to Run and Debug Recording
In this article, we’ll center on running a test recording in its least complex frame: executing recorded actions one after another.
As a matter of course, Ranorex Studio utilizes a predefined delay between actions to control how quick they’re replayed. You can enable Turbo mode to accelerate replaying by reducing this deferral to right around zero. You can turn turbo mode on or off by clicking on Turbo Mode, in the recording module toolbar.
This section demonstrates how to run a single recording module. In the Recorder see, click RUN, at that point look as the run begins and advances and when the run finishes, the test report shows up.
Running individual recording modules is typically only done when editing or troubleshooting them. Typically, tests are run dependent on test cases from the test suite see. The test suite is the main issue of control for modularization and test case administration. There are two different ways to change to the test suite see. Initial one is to tap the View test suite button, in the Studio toolbar. Secondly, tap the tab Introduction.rxtst.
To execute the test case click RUN In the test suite see. This runs the whole test suite. In our model, the test suite contains one test case, so only this test case executes. Look as the run begins and advances. At the point when the run finishes, the test report shows up.
Debug – enable/disable on fail:
At the point when an action causes an exception during a test, the default conduct is that the test prematurely ends. Now and then, you may need the rushed to continue instead. This is the place the option Continue on fail is valuable. At the point when tests turned out to be unpredictable, it’s regularly useful to add exceptional log messages to the report.
Enable/disable debug mode:
Ranorex Studio includes a devoted debug mode that works by setting breakpoints in programming code. This is a specialist theme, which is the reason we only touch on it here quickly. Debug mode requires Ranorex Studio to be kept running as an administrator. In the event that this isn’t the situation, a prompt to restart in administrator mode shows up.