This section demonstrated the basics of a TestStand environment and a use case for it. You can build from this demo, or start fresh. The following section will show how to create a custom TestStand environment.
A .tsenv file defines a TestStand environment. It is an INI text file that can specify the TestStand Public directory, TestStand Application (CommonAppData) directory (which implicitly defines the TestStand Configuration directory), and/or the TestStand Local Application (LocalAppData) directory. For more information, see TestStand Help: TestStand Environments.
There are two methods to create a TestStand environment. The first method is to create the file manually using a text editor, and the latter is to use the Sequence Editor to create the .tsenv file.
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