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by Jerome Josephraj

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Running NoCodeBDD is fairly straight forward, as shown in the steps given below. Before following these steps, for better results please ensure your system has 8GB RAM.

Windows

If you have .exe, then double click on the file and just follow the steps. It should install NoCodeBDD automatically.

If you have downloaded a jar file, then use the following steps:

Step 1: Copy downloaded jar to a folder where you want NoCodeBDD to run. For an example, in Windows many users would typically run it under C:\Program Files\NoCodeBDD (This folder needs to be created) and copy it to NoCodeBDD folder

Step 2: Open a terminal and go to the folder where NoCodeBDD.jar file is placed

Step 3: Run the following command:
java -jar NoCodeBDD.jar

NoCodeBDD will open in your default browser with following link
http:\localhost:56244

UNIX

Step 1: Copy the downloaded NoCodeBDD.jar file and place it in the folder where you would like the software to be installed.

Step 2: Open a terminal and go to the folder where NoCodeBDD.jar file is placed

Step 3: Run the following command:
java -jar NoCodeBDD.jar

NoCodeBDD will open in your default browser with following link
http:\localhost:56244

MAC

Step 1: Copy the downloaded NoCodeBDD.jar file and place it in the folder where you would like the software to be installed.

Step 2: Open a terminal and go to the folder where NoCodeBDD.jar file is placed

Step 3: Run the following command:
java -jar NoCodeBDD.jar

(For Java versions 9+ , please run “java -jar –illegal-access=permit NoCodeBDD.jar”)
NoCodeBDD will open in your default browser with following link
http:\localhost:56244

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