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Find and Replace Dialog


find and replace, find


To find and replace text in files displayed in the Rapise Content View.


How to Open

Select the Find in Files button on the Ribbon (Test tab > Tools menu).


Find in Files Tab

Find what: Place the string you would like to search for in the Find what text box.


Look In: this option specifies where the search will take place. You can limit the search to: current document, current selection, current test, the entire test and subtests, or a specific folder.


Directory path: Use the Directory Path text-box to specify the directory in which to search.  The Directory path text-box cannot be accessed (and is ignored) if the Test files checkbox is checked.


Check the Include sub-folders option to search recursively from the directory specified in the Directory Path text-box. The Include sub-folders option cannot be accessed if the Test files checkbox is checked.


Match case option: If unselected, case is ignored in the search.


Match whole word option:  If set to true, parts of words will not count as matches.


Look at these file types: Search only files with the specified file type(s).


Find and Replace Tab

There is only one significant difference between the Find in Files Tab and Find and Replace Tab: the Replace with text-box.


Replace with text-box: All occurrences of the string in the Find what text-box will be replaced with the string in the Replace with text-box when you press the Replace button.