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    How to design the Test Set of 48 user fields ....

    I have spread sheet with 48 column , i have to upload all the data
    How to design the Test Set of 48 user fields ....
    any other alternative option to load Test data for each teest case

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    Re: How to design the Test Set of 48 user fields ....

    Forty eight columns sounds like a lot.. what are you storing in them?

    My first thought is that you may need to concatenate some of these columns into single Action/Result strings
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    Alex
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    Re: How to design the Test Set of 48 user fields ....

    I Agree you!But my client wants 48 columns(A, B, ........BS,BT..etc) in a sigle row. every test case have differnt test data.. QC design does not provide you to pass parmeter

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    Re: How to design the Test Set of 48 user fields ....

    You're not clear on what the columns represent or how they are used.
    That makes it very difficult to assist.

    For any test, the steps need to be able to be written as:

    | Step Name | User Action | System Response |

    This may require some concatenation of your columns, or simply more steps.

    If the data in your columns represents attributes of the test (rather than test steps) then you'll need to add custom fields (TS_USER_01, TS_USER_02... etc) from the Customise Project Entities menu.
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    Re: How to design the Test Set of 48 user fields ....

    Thanks Alex

 

 

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