I was asked this question by a manager and don't actually know the correct answer for why we shouldn't simply share Katalon projects (e.g. on a network drive). Please help!
If two users, A and B, are both using the same Katalon project on a network drive, I would expect that files would be locked by the first user and therefore not editable by user B. Can user B even access the project though? If they can, can they create new test objects and tests cases?
We are not Git users but do have version control (TFS) which is not perfect when collaborating, since it does not support branching etc.
I'm lacking a second tester to try this out with at the moment and also suspect it isn't desirable but have no evidence for why not!
How should I solve my situation?