In Vibranium, a workspace refers to the directory in your system where you'll have your tests written.
Irrespective of the directory you choose as your workspace, once Vibranium is installed and configured, you can run Vibranium commands from any directory. The setup process ensures that the path to the workspace is stored in the Vibranium configuration.
After you setup your workspace, you'll find a few directories available in it, namely jobs, logs and your tests directory.
latest, which will have the same contents as the last job executed.
tests. Whatever name you give to this directory, it should be updated in the config file, using the
tests_directorykey. If you already have some tests available and you are cloning them, this is will be the cloned directory. The directory structure inside this directory is explained in the next section.
For example, if I have my workspace at
˜/workspace and my tests directory is named
Vibranium-Tests, then I'll have a directory structure as follows
˜/ workspace/ config.json jobs/ latest/ job_1/ ... job_n/ logs/ Vibranium-Tests/ scenarios/ payloads/ schemas/ templates/ docs/