To execute a Ranorex Studio test as part of a Jenkins process, you need to build the Jenkins project that contains the test. Find out how to do so on this page.
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With the project open, click Build now.
Wait as Jenkins builds the project.
While the project is building, the Ranorex Studio test executes and the progress dialog appears.
Ranorex Studio test being executed
Once the build has finished and the test executed, Jenkins returns to the project view and the build appears in the project’s build history.
To display build details:
Under Build History, click the respective build.
Jenkins also saves build details in a console output file.
To display it:
While viewing a build’s details, click Console Output.