For the integration to work, the Azure DevOps project must have access to the Ranorex Studio solution. This is done through the Git-versioned repository folder we created in the previous step.
On this page, you’ll find out how to add a Ranorex Studio solution to the repository folder and ensure that it’s under Git version control there.
In this chapter
First, you need to place the Ranorex Studio solution you want to use in Azure DevOps in the repository folder.
Copy the entire solution folder to the repository folder.
Create a new Ranorex Studio solution
Specify the repository folder as the location.
The repository folder.
Field to specify the solution’s save location in the solution wizard.
For the integration to work, you also need to put the Ranorex Studio solution under Git version control.
For instructions on how to set up the Git integration in Ranorex Studio and put a Ranorex Studio solution under Git version control, please refer to
Interfaces and connectivity > Source control & revision control > ⇢ Git
To manually include the .sln file in the inital commit:
In the Git commit dialog, select the solution file with the ending .sln.
Once the Ranorex Studio solution is stored in the repository folder and versioned with Git, you can see it in your project in Azure DevOps.
Ranorex Studio solution files in the Azure DevOps project.
Ranorex Studio solution files in the projects view in Ranorex Studio.