User Mike Street (email@example.com) posted:
Wrong forum for this, since I believe your question is one of those asked in
User Richard McCrae (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
it's probably best to use an excel table. The basic idea is this:
make certain that the table has a column for the data you want to
store and it is in the correct format (no spaces!)
open the table in Read/Write mode
read the data you need (firstname/lastname...) to insert into your
app and do so
capture the values you need from the app
write them to the table
SAVE the table!
All of the functions you need are in the ddt_ style, so once you
have one, just check the related ones and you should be all set.
Priscilla Hurd wrote:
Rick McCrae MSC MBA
Quality Center CPC
User priscillahurd (email@example.com) posted:
Thank you for all the input!
I will try this and see what happens.
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User Gary Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
Here is some code that might help you start...this was
code to reset a password and store it for the next
time I had to test the reset process.
The "varname" is a variable which I set using a date
timestamp so it is unique each time. If you need that
code feel free to send me a note.
Simple to miss but make sure you open your table in
set_window ("ID Management", 5);
table = "password.xls";
User Watkins, Bill (email@example.com) posted:
A quick look through the manual produced the answer to this ?
QA Project Lead
User Cole, John (US - Hermitage) (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
This answer was clearly in the documentation and is one of the first I found
when taking the certification.