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    Yevgeniy Shunevych
    @YevgeniyShunevych
    Yevgeniy Shunevych
    @YevgeniyShunevych
    Yevgeniy Shunevych
    @YevgeniyShunevych
    Yevgeniy Shunevych
    @YevgeniyShunevych
    Yevgeniy Shunevych
    @YevgeniyShunevych
    Atata.Configuration.Json 1.2.0 is released with support of new Atata configuration properties
    goblinmaks
    @goblinmaks
    Hi @YevgeniyShunevych =)
    goblinmaks
    @goblinmaks
    It is possible to use driver and drivers tags in same config file ?
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    To define lot of drivers and by default use driver from driver section
    Yevgeniy Shunevych
    @YevgeniyShunevych
    Hey @goblinmaks. No, it will not work this way. You can set either driver (if you need single driver) or drivers property, but not both. When you set drivers property, the last set item will be used by default as a driver. Otherwise you can also choose the driver to use in the source code during AtataContext configuration:
    AtataContext.Configure().
        ApplyJsonConfig("some.json").
        UseDriver("driver_alias"). // You can, for example, get the driver alias to use from NUnit parameters (runseetings).
        Build();
    Yevgeniy Shunevych
    @YevgeniyShunevych
    Atata.Configuration.Json 1.3.0 is released with support of few features