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Visit Ranorex at the Next Leading Software Testing Events in the US

6 hours 57 min ago
Ranorex is attending three leading software testing events in North America over the next two months. Take the advantage of these opportunities to meet the experts in test automation.

The events mainly focus on innovative solutions, discoveries and cutting-edge trends in software testing, including desktop, web and mobile testing. In addition to great presentations being given by top speakers from all over the world in combination with software testing workshops, you'll have also the chance to discuss your everyday test automation experiences and challenges with Ranorex professionals.

The software testing conferences will take place on the following dates:
  • March 30-April 2, 2015: Software Test Professionals Conference & Expo Spring  in San Diego, California
  • April 12-17, 2015: Mobile Dev + Test in San Diego, California
  • April 20-24, 2015: QUEST in Atlanta, Georgia

Don't miss the sessions presented by Jim Trentadue:
  • April 1, 2015: " How to Transform a Manual Testing Process to Incorporate Test Automation " at Software Test Professionals Conference & Expo Spring
  • April 23, 2015: " How Manual Testers Can Break into Automation " at QUEST
  • April 23, 2015: " Tranform the Manual Testing Process to Incorporate Automation " at QUEST

We're looking forward to seeing you there!
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How Manual Testers Can Break into Automation without Programming Skills – Free Special Webinar

Thu, 02/26/2015 - 16:06
We are pleased to inform you about a special webinar presented by Ranorex Professional Jim Trentadue entitled "How Manual Testers Can Break into Automation without Programming Skills".



Adoption of automating tests has not happened as quickly as organizations need. As more companies move toward implementing agile development as their software development lifecycle, more features are being realized and released more quickly. This leaves less time for full regression testing of the system, nonetheless this should still be done. Manual testers need to transform into test automation testers as well.

Many manual testers believe they have to learn a development language in addition to the functionality of a specific tool to be effective. Add to that the in-depth or SME knowledge one must have about the system under test along with the development and management support required and it may not seem at all clear where to start.
Jim will cover the following in this session:
  • The challenges faced by many organizations beginning the test automation journey
  • Early stages of adoption and adding to the value of work handled by a manual test team with little programming knowledge.
Find out how traditional manual testers can break into test automation without having in-depth scripting or programming skills. Learn how to make this jump as a manual tester and focus on the right areas first e.g. automation test structure, object recognition and results interpretation.

Jim Trentadue has more than fifteen years of experience as a coordinator/manager in the software testing field. As a speaker, Jim has presented at numerous industry conferences, chapter meetings, and at the University of South Florida's software testing class.

Register for the free webinar " How Manual Testers Can Break into Automation without Programming Skills " to be held on March 4, 2015, at 11:00 AM EST.
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Introducing Ranorex 5.3

Thu, 02/26/2015 - 10:20
We are pleased to announce that Ranorex 5.3 is now available for download!
This latest release considerably extends the object recognition capabilities of Ranorex for 3rd party controls, introducing a brand new native WPF plug-in.

In addition to that, now both iOS instrumentation and deployment can be set up on Windows machines which means more independence from app development. Additionally, the brand new iOS service app allows you to start and stop apps under test. Finally, Ranorex 5.3 introduces a guided start for recording, increasing the simplicity and robustness of your test automation.
For an overview of all the new features, check out the release notes .



Upgrade for free with your valid subscription (You can find a direct download link for the latest version of Ranorex on the Ranorex Studio start page.) iOS Instrumentation on Windows Machines Ranorex 5.3 introduces a whole new process for instrumenting your iOS app directly on the Windows machine you are using for testing. OS X and Xcode are no longer required to instrument your apps.
Native WPF Plug-In With Ranorex 5.3, the support for many 3rd party controls has been added – it's handled by the brand new native WPF plug-in. This brings web object recognition to the next level.
Guided Recording Our Brand new version of Ranorex provides a guided start for first time users, allowing a quick start in test automation by choosing the technology your test is based on and automatically preparing your system under test. Now it's even easier to start your robust test automation project.
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Reminder for Workshops in March

Thu, 02/19/2015 - 11:20
We are very pleased to remind you about our upcoming (online) Ranorex training courses that are scheduled for March.


Get firsthand training with Ranorex professionals and learn how to get the most out of Ranorex Studio and the Ranorex Test Automation Tools at one of these workshops.

Look at the  schedules  for additional workshops in the next few months.

We look forward to seeing you there!!
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Noser Engineering AG – New European Service Partner

Tue, 02/17/2015 - 10:40
We are pleased to announce that we have selected Noser Engineering AG as our new service partner for the European market.

Noser Engineering AG is a well established IT company headquartered in Switzerland. For more than 30 years, they have been providing consulting, solutions and services to local companies as well as European and multinational companies. Noser's 160 experienced employees are based in Switzerland, Germany and Austria – through new, challenging and inspiring projects, they deliver success to their customers each and every day.

The accolades of the company are many: winners of the Swiss ICT award, award winning Microsoft ALM consultants, founding member of the Open Handset Alliance™ (Android), market leader in Swiss system testing/QA and embedded systems. Noser Engineering adds value through quality, on-time delivery, speed and innovation.

For more information about Noser Engineering AG, please visit http://www.noser.com/de/
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Visit Ranorex at the imbus "Trends in Testing" Roadshow in Germany and Switzerland

Wed, 02/11/2015 - 11:13
Test automation is still a much discussed, multi-faceted topic – a factor that determines success, not only in agile projects. Again and again, attempts at automation fail due to poor approach selection which results in excessive maintenance work. Sustainability, reproducibility, delivery and traceability are the quality characteristics of successful test automation. In "Trends in Testing", a German-language series of events organized by imbus AG, test automation enthusiasts, test managers/designers, software developers as well as product managers learn from test automation experts through ambitious presentations and inspiring discussions. Following the motto "Test automation to enjoy" the event features tools, methodologies and best practices and makes amusing comparisons with the field of cooking. What exactly does "four-star automation" look like?


Ranorex is attending this year's roadshow in Germany and Switzerland. Take the advantage of this opportunity and meet the experts in test automation. The imbus roadshow will take place on the following dates:
  • 11.03.2015: Stuttgart
  • 12.03.2015: Munich
  • 18.03.2015: Hofheim / Taunus
  • 19.03.2015: Cologne
  • 23.03.2015: Zurich
  • 25.03.2015: Nuremberg
  • 27.03.2015: Hamburg

The event is free and begins at 9:00 a.m. You'll find further German-language information including the agenda and an application form here:  http://www.trends-in-testing.de/ We look forward to seeing you there!
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Winner of the Best Quality Tool Award 2015

Thu, 02/05/2015 - 10:00
Ranorex convinced both audience and jury at the Software Quality Days Tool Challenge and was voted winner of the "The Best Quality Tool Award 2015".

This year's challenge was focused on mobile testing – the goal was to automate a single test case for a mobile application live on stage in under 7 minutes! We would like to thank everyone in the audience as well the as jury for all the positive support.

About Software Quality Days
The seventh Software Quality Days took place from 20-23 January 2015 in the Austria Trend Hotel Savoyen in Vienna. This year the focus of the conference was on the topic of "Software and Systems Quality in Distributed and Mobile Environments". It was organized by Software Quality Lab GmbH. Around 350 participants from over 20 countries once again used the event as a platform for exchanging information, meeting other professionals in the field and networking. Read more about the software testing event
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Visit Ranorex at Swiss Testing Day and Save 15% on the Ticket Price

Thu, 01/29/2015 - 10:15
Ranorex will be at Swiss Testing Day on March 18th, 2015 in Zurich (Switzerland).

Swiss Testing Day is a Software Conference organized by Testers for Testers that will be taking place in the "Kongresshaus" in Zurich, Switzerland.

After the highly successful event last year, this year Swiss Testing Day is celebrating its 10th anniversary. This software testing conference includes first-rate keynote speeches and other interesting talks focusing on innovative solutions, methods and best practices in software quality management and software testing (presentations in both German and English). In addition to the parallel specialist presentations, there are also two top-notch keynote speeches:
  • Adrian Zwingli, Conference Chair, will look back on the last 10 years of software testing.
  • In the second keynote, Andy Holzer, the renowned writer and mountaineer, relates how he climbed to the summit of the world having been blind since birth.
     



The conference will bring together people involved in all aspects of software testing.

Ranorex will participate with an exhibition booth at Swiss Testing Day 2015. We look forward to meeting you for some inspiring discussions about test automation. This year's program at Swiss Testing Day looks great!

Participate in Swiss Testing Day and receive 15% discount on the ticket price by entering the promotional code "Promo_Ranorex" when you register (valid until February 28th, 2015).
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GlobalNow – New Latin American Service Partner

Tue, 01/27/2015 - 10:20
We are proud to announce to have selected GlobalNow as a Service Partner for the Latin American Market.

"Ranorex is pleased to work with GlobalNow as our first preferred partner in LATAM and as an affiliate partner in the US. GlobalNow's testing services center in Costa Rica, reach in Latin America, and Spanish language support enhances Ranorex's ability to support the significant opportunity in Latin America as well as the US. We believe this collaboration will enhance our offering to our clients and better address their testing challenges," states Robert Muehlfellner, President of Ranorex North America.

"We are very excited to align with Ranorex as a preferred partner. As part of our testing service offering, we were keen on finding the "best" cross platform test automation solution available in the market. After much analysis, we selected Ranorex based on its ease of use, cross platform coverage (web, mobile, tablets, etc.), test execution methods, high level of customer support and overall affordability. Including Ranorex as a component of our testing offering enables our clients to realize maximum return from their test automation initiatives" explains Bob Foster, CEO and founder of GlobalNow, summing up the motivation for partnering with Ranorex.

GlobalNow, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is a software development and software quality assurance company with global teams located in multiple Latin America locations, including the software testing center located in San Jose, Costa Rica. Our quality assurance service focuses on the testing of applications and systems by applying best in class tools (such as Ranorex), with affordable QA engineers and proven operational methods; reducing our client's cost while improving their customer satisfaction and overall service quality.

For more information about GlobalNow, please visit http://globalnowit.com/costa-rica/


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Ranorex 5.2.2 Released

Tue, 01/20/2015 - 10:00
We are proud to announce that Ranorex 5.2.2 has been released and is now available for download. General changes/Features
  • Added support for Firefox 35
Please check out the release notes for more details about the changes in this release.

Download latest Ranorex version here.
(You can find a direct download link for the latest Ranorex version on the Ranorex Studio start page.) 

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Automated Regression Testing with Ranorex

Thu, 01/15/2015 - 10:09

This blog post will explain the term regression testing and how Ranorex test automation can support in doing functional regression testing. Additionally the blog post will confront you with the problem occurring with regression testing including a strategy to overcome it.

Automate-Regression-Testing-with-Ranorex


What is Regression Testing

When developing software, every modification of or addition to the existing code might lead to an inoperative state or to an error condition within the existing functionality. These side effects caused by code modifications are called regressions. To determine a regression it’s necessary to re-test already existing and tested parts of a program every time the code has changed.
That’s what regression testing is all about.

How Ranorex can help

Regression testing is not done to expose new defects but to verify the functionality of the existing parts of a program. Testing the same parts of a program after every change in code sounds a little boring and time consuming when doing manually – not to say it is impossible when being performed for every build. For this reason it makes sense to automate regression testing using Ranorex Studio as the ROI of automated regression testing is very high.

A Strategy to Prioritize

Even helping yourself with automated regression tests still does nothing about the fact that there is never enough time to run all test cases.
To minimize risks it is absolutely essential to construct subsets of test cases which have to be executed for every build, test cases which should be executed for every build and test cases which could be executed if there is time left.
After designing your test cases it is time to break them down into the following categories:

  1. Smoke Tests: The test set which should be executed very first. These tests will determine whether the build is even testable. Smoke tests typically cover a wide but shallow range of functionality.
  2. High Prior Tests: The test set which is executed most often. These tests ensure that the functionality is stable, intended behaviors and capabilities are working, and important negative tests and boundaries are tested.
  3. Medium Prior Tests: The set in this category will test the given functional areas and features in a more detailed manner. Additional most of functional specifications are examined including boundary, negative and configuration tests.
  4. Low Prior Tests: The test set which will be executed least often (e.g. check for error messages, stress tests, UI glitches, etc.).

The most important question that arises is how to figure out which test fits in which category. Following the approach described in the blog post “Rapid Test Case Prioritization” provides a smart and fast way to fulfill this mission.

  1. Categorize all functional verification tests – also known as happy day scenario tests – as high prior tests.
  2. Categorize all negative, boundary or validation tests as medium prior tests.
  3. Categorize all non-functional verification tests as low priority tests.

Now you have a rough division into the three categories. The next steps will refine the selection.

  1. Divide all functional verification tests into high and low important tests
  2. Categorize all low important functional test as medium prior tests
  3. Divide all negative and boundary tests into high and low important tests
  4. Categorize all high important negative and boundary tests as high prior tests
  5. Divide all non-functional verification tests into high and low important tests
  6. Categorize all high important non-functional verification tests as medium prior tests
  7. Repeat the steps above until there will be no more changes

After doing so, the smoke tests have to be identified.

  1. Divide all high prior tests into critical and important tests
  2. Categorize all critical tests as smoke tests.

Conclusion

Using Ranorex to automate your regression tests will in any case dramatically increase the efficiency. However you’ve got to think about how to prioritize your test cases and the given approach might help you in successfully implementing this process.

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Why Test Automation Fails - 2nd Chance for Free Special Webinar with Jim Trentadue

Tue, 01/13/2015 - 13:35
We are proud to announce that the special webinar by Ranorex pro Jim Trentadue entitled "Why Test Automation Fails" is being offered a second time. For all those who missed the session on December 11th, 2014, you now have a second chance to take part.





The challenges in automation that testers face often lead to subsequent failures. In the webinar you will learn how to respond to these common challenges by developing a solid business case for increased automation adoption. You'll learn a lot through Jim Trentadue's explanations which cover a variety of automation perceptions and myths.

Register for the free webinar " Why Test Automation Fails " to be held on January 22nd, 2015, at 10:00 AM PST / 01:00 PM EST.
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Ranorex vs. Selenium - Tool Comparison

Thu, 01/08/2015 - 15:48
When companies evaluate web test automation tools, they often are facing the following question:
What's the difference between Ranorex and Selenium?



At first it seems that both tools are similar and as such facing the same challenges when automating a web application. However, it is very relevant to understand further aspects when comparing both web test automation tools.

See the tool comparison and the reasons why you should pay for a commercial tool instead of using a free one:  Ranorex vs. Selenium
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Ranorex Ranked 146 on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA List of Fastest Growing Companies

Mon, 12/22/2014 - 15:15
With a combined growth rate of 1129% over 5 years, we have secured a position of 146th on the list of 500 fastest growing companies in 2014.

We would like to thank all of our 1700 clients for caring so much about test automation. It's great to see how Ranorex products help them to excel with their automated testing.

Annual ranking of the fastest growing technology companies   About Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA
The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA program is the region's most objective EMEA regional industry ranking focusing on the technology field, recognizing technology companies that have achieved the fastest rates of revenue growth in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) over the past 5 years. Combining technological innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid growth, Fast 500 companies - large and small, public and private - span a variety of industry sectors, and are leaders in hardware, software, telecom, semiconductors, internet, media and life sciences along with emerging areas, such as clean technology.
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Ranorex Customer Experience Survey

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 13:02
Thank you for taking the time to participate in our survey.

The input you provided in the survey is invaluable for us because it enables us to take a closer look at our current work and make adjustments and improvements wherever it is necessary. 
We value your opinion and would like to thank you again for taking the time to participate in our survey.

You can find the most pertinent data summarized in the following infographic:




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YUI Library Support Now Improved by Ranorex

Tue, 12/16/2014 - 12:10
With Ranorex 5.2 the support of the Yahoo! User Interface (YUI) library has been improved. Start testing your web application based on the JS/CSS Framework.




Download latest Ranorex version and start YUI testing  

Upgrade for free with your valid subscription (You'll find a direct download link to the latest version of Ranorex on the Ranorex Studio start page.)
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Why Test Automation Fails – Free Special Webinar held by Jim Trentadue

Fri, 12/05/2014 - 11:25
We are proud to announce a special webinar presented by Ranorex Professional Jim Trentadue entitled "Why Test Automation Fails".

  

Challenges in automation which testers face often lead to subsequent failures. Learn how to respond to these common challenges by developing a solid business case for increased automation adoption by engaging manual testers in the testing organization, being technology agnostic, and stabilizing test scripts regardless of applications changes.
Learn Jim Trentadue’s explainations of a variety of  automation perceptions and myths:
  • The perception of significantly increased time and people to implement automation.
  • The myth that once automation is achieved, testers will not be needed.
  • The myth that automation scripts will serve all the testing needs for an  application.
  • The perception that developers and testers can add automation to a project without additional time, resources or training.
  • The belief that anyone can implement automation.

Jim Trentadue has more than fifteen years of experience as a coordinator/manager in the software testing field. As a speaker, Jim has presented at numerous industry conferences, chapter meetings, and at the University of South Florida's software testing class.

Register for the free webinar "Why Test Automation Fails " to be held on December 11, 2014, at 10:00 AM EST / 04:00 PM CET.
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Visit Ranorex at Software Quality Days 2015

Thu, 12/04/2014 - 10:55
Ranorex will be participating in  Software Quality Days 2015 , Europe's leading conference on software quality, which takes place in Austria.

The 7th Software Quality Days will take place at the "Austria Trend Hotel Savoyen Vienna" from January 20th to 23rd, 2015 and is aimed at quality assurance professionals, product managers and software testers. 


  




The conference focuses on everything to do with system and software quality. Keynote speeches, practical lectures, expert talks and workshops will present the latest trends and best practices in software quality management along with ideas for improving methods and processes. Interact with software testing experts and learn from presentations provided by industry experts.

Visit our booth and learn more about test automation with Ranorex. See how to make your automated testing more effective and get answers to your questions directly from Ranorex professionals.

Don't miss the German-language session entitled "Ein Web-Test fĂĽr multiple Plattformen - Design Tips for Testability" on January the 21st (14:00-14:35, Solution Provider Forum) which will be presented by our own Hubert Gasparitz.  We look forward to seeing you there!
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Ranorex 5.2.1 Released

Thu, 11/27/2014 - 10:00
We are proud to announce that Ranorex 5.2.1 has been released and is now available for download. General changes/Features
  • Added support for Firefox 34
  • Added an overload to the RepoItemInfo.Exists method taking a timeout value which overrides the effective timeout of the repository item for that call
  • Extended the RanoreXPath Weight Rules editor to allow copy & paste of multiple rules (for import/export)
Please check out the release notes for more details about the changes in this release.

Download latest Ranorex version here.
(You can find a direct download link for the latest Ranorex version on the Ranorex Studio start page.) 

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Integrating Ranorex Test Cases into Jira

Wed, 11/26/2014 - 15:07

Jira is an issue and project tracing software from Atlassian. The following article describes integrating Ranorex Test Cases into Jira. That way you will empower Ranorex to submit or modify testing issues within Jira in an automated way.

Jira-Integration

As Jira offers a REST web service (API description available here), it becomes possible to submit issues automatically. This is achieved using the JiraRestClient  and RestSharp.

These libraries are wrapped with Ranorex functionality, forming re-usable modules, available within this library. The integration of these Jira testing modules into Ranorex Test Automation is described subsequently.

The following steps need to be done:

Step 1 – Adding the Libraries to Ranorex for Jira Automation:

Predefined modules (for x86 architecture and .NET 3.5) are available here. The assemblies in this zip-file just need to get added to the Ranorex project. In succession the modules (as shown below) will appear in the module browser under “JiraReporter” (demonstrated on the Ranorex KeePass sample):

AddReference

Step 2 – Using the Modules in the Ranorex Test Suite

Individual modules are available within the “JiraReporter” project. These modules merely need to get used within the Ranorex Test Suite, as shown below:

Modules_TestSuite

The modules are interacting with Jira, based on the results of the related test cases. Except the initialization module, it is recommended placing the modules in the test case’s teardown.

Available modules for Jira automation:

  • InitializeJiraReporter — This module establishes the connection to the Jira server. It is mandatory for the following modules to be functional.
  • AutoCreateNewIssueIfTestCaseFails — If the test case fails, an issue is automatically created on the server, which is defined in “InitializeJiraReporter”. An issue number is automatically created by the server.
    A compressed Ranorex report is uploaded automatically as well.
  • ReOpenExistingIssueIfTestCaseFails — If the test case fails, an existing and already closed issue gets re-opened.
  • ResolveIssueIfTestCaseSuccessful — If the test case is successful, an existing and already open issue is set to “resolved”.
  • UpdateExistingIssueIfTestCaseFails — If a test case fails, attributes of an existing issue are updated.

 

Step 3 – Configure Parameters for the Modules

The modules expose different variables for configuration. Each module accepts different parameters, but they’re all used in the same way among the modules. Which module accepts which parameters can be seen when using the modules in the Ranorex project.

  • JiraUserName: The username to connect to the Jira server.
  • JiraPassword: The password for the specified user.
  • JiraServerURL: The URL for the Jira server.
  • JiraProjectKey: The project key as specified in Jira (e.g. MYP).
  • JiraIssueType: An issue type, as available in Jira (e.g., Bug)
  • JiraSummary: Some free summary text for the issue.
  • JiraDescription: Some free description text for the issue.
  • JiraLabels: Labels for the issue separated by “;” (e.g., Mobile; USB; Connection)
  • JiraIssueKey: The key for the respective issue (e.g., MYP-25).

 

The configuration of the modules is then done with common Ranorex data binding:

DataBinding

… and you’re done:

In succession, Ranorex will automatically interact with Jira when one of the modules is executed. The issues can then get processed in Jira. The following figure shows an automatically created issue together with its attached report:

JiraPic

 

Advanced usage:

The JiraReporter project offers two more modules; (i) the module “OnDemandCreateNewIssueIfTestCaseFails” and (ii) the module group “ProcessExistingIssue”. These modules offer further convenience functionality and are explained in more detail in succession.

Module Group – ProcessExistingIssue

This module group groups the following modules in the given order:

  • ReOpenExistingIssueIfTestCaseFails
  • UpdateExistingIssueIfTestCaseFails
  • ResolveIssueIfTestCaseSuccessful

It might be useful to process an existing issue, as it reopens and updates the issue automatically in case of a failure. Otherwise, if the test case is successful, it closes the issue.
Thus, it can be used to monitor an already known and fixed issue. To use this module group, the whole Ranorex  “JiraReporter”project, available on GitHub needs to get added to the solution.

OnDemandCreateNewIssueIfTestCaseFails

This module provides functionality, creating a new issue out of the Ranorex Report. A new issue only gets created when the link, provided within the report is clicked. So the user or tester can decide whether an issue is create or not.

The compressed Ranorex report is uploaded to the newly created issue as well.

rxReport

Note: This functionality relies on a batch file created by Ranorex in the output folder and the execution of the Jira Command Line interface (CLI). It does not depend on a prior initialization from “InitializeJiraReporter”.

The module exposes the same variables as the modules mentioned above. One additional parameter is essential for this module:

  • JiraCLIFileLocation: The full path to the “jira-cli-<version>.jar” file, provided by the Jira CLI.

Following requirements need to be met to use this module:

  • Remote API must be enabled in your JIRA installation
  • The mentioned batch file needs to be accessible over the same file path, where the file was initially created. If the file is moved to a new location, the link is not working anymore.
    In this case the batch-file needs to be started manually.

 

JiraReporter Source Code:

The whole project which contains the code for the JiraReporter is available on GitHub under the following link:

https://github.com/ranorex/Ranorex-Jira-Integration

Please feel free to modify the code according to individual needs and/or upload new modules.

 

Troubleshooting:
  • Assembly can’t get loaded
    If an error similar to the following one happens, loading from “RemoteSources needs to get enabled
    Error messsage: Could not load file or assembly ‘file:///C:\Ranorex\JiraOldTest\JiraOldTest\bin\Debug\JiraReporter.dll’ or one of its dependencies. Operation is not supported. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131515)
    An attempt was made to load an assembly from a network location which would have caused …
    • Add the following lines to the app.conf of the Ranorex project:
      <runtime>
        <loadFromRemoteSources enabled="true" />
      </runtime>

      Jira_AssemblyNotLoaded

    • “Unblock” all the .dlls files
      (property of each of them and click “unblock”) — an example how this is done is available here.

 

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