How to integrate IntelliJ IDE/ Eclipse from Appium studio

#1

I have recorded using appium studio I need to copy the java file and run separately from another IDE, so that i can change the code accordingly.

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#2

All you need to do is to create a new Project in the desired IDE, and you would need to import the jar files that usually is located in the following location based on if you choose default location during installation:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Experitest\AppiumStudio\clients\appium\java

After that, it is just a matter of how you want your tests to be structured.

We also provide the option to import through Gradle or Maven if that is something that you need.

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#3

When I run in testng, it says “Empty test suite”

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#4

That does not seem to be an issue from our side, Empty Test Suite could be many reasons without actually seeing your setup.

It would help with a little more information from your side, but here are common issues and solutions:

  1. Go to File and click Invalidate Cashes / Restart
  2. Rebuilding the Project (Build -> Rebuild Project)
  3. Check Folder names (If it has slashesh, dashes etc.)
  4. Tests not under the right Package
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#5

I changed from JUnit to TestNG, then it started to work.Ill post if i can solve the above issue. Till that Thanks for your help.

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