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Understanding the Package Configuration File

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Understanding the Package Configuration File

To create a new package, you first create an XML file that describes the processes included in the package and sets the structure of the groups and activities in each process. This structure is displayed as a table of contents for a selected process in the QuickTest Process Guidance Activities pane.

Important: Save the configuration file with the name: Configuration.xml

The following is an example of a package configuration file that contains two processes:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<ProcessGuidance Name="MyCustomPackage">

       <Process Name="My Process" ID="Process1" DocType="test" Addin="web" SortLevel="4" >

              <Group Name="New User Overview">

                     <Activity Name="Step 1" Address="Step1.html" />

                     <Activity Name="Step 2" Address="Step2.html" />



       <Process Name="Important Processes" ID="Process2" DocType="test|AA" SortLevel="3">

              <Group Name="Getting Started">

                     <Activity Name="Open" Address="" />

                     <Activity Name="Create" Address="F:.ProcessData.create.html" />

                     <Activity Name="Test" Address="F:.ProcessData.test.html" />

                     <Activity Name="Debug" Address="F:.ProcessData.debug.html" />


              <Group Name="Finish">

                     <Activity Name="Save" Address="" />

                     <Activity Name="Close" Address="F:.ProcessData.close.html" />

                     <Activity Name="Exit" Address="F:.ProcessData.exit.html" />




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