In previous versions of Cycle, generally users would organize related Cycle files and test assets into a folder or directory, often but not always set as the Resource Directory. With the 2.2.0 release, the Resource Directory is replaced with a Project Directory, and the organization of related files is formalized as a Cycle Project.
JDA Feature Bundles (and other Cycle files/test assets) developed prior to Cycle 2.2.0 will need to be imported as a Cycle Project in order to develop and execute the tests using Cycle 2.2.0 and subsequent releases.
Importing the project creates a project specific file (CYC_Project_File) that allows the user to set project specific settings and easily switch between different Cycle projects on one machine.
Prior to importing the project directory as a Cycle Project, the directory will look similar to the directory below. Note that there is no CYC_Project_File in the directory.
1. Open Cycle and click ‘Import Project’ or click File->Import Project
2. In the ‘Project setup’ window, browse to the directory where your current pre-Cycle 2.2.0 files are located in the ‘Project Location’ field and enter the name of your project in the Project Name field. Then click Continue.
3. Cycle creates a new Cycle Project file and registers the directory you specified as the project location.