Import Test Case Multiple Times (CSV) action allows you to execute the same test case multiple times in a row, while extracting data from a CSV file.
When you select the
Import Test Case Multiple Times (CSV) action, the
Test case to import dropdown gets populated with the entire list of test cases that you have access to.
In order to get a
CSV File URL, you can upload your CSV file in our Drive section.
For each row of the CSV file, a new set of variables will be created.
The name of the variables will be generated from the Column Headers of the CSV file, all spaces and non-alphanumeric characters will be removed and a
$ will be prepended to the name of the variable.
Here are some examples:
|Column Header in CSV file||Generated Variable Name|
The data from the rest of the CSV rows will not be altered in any way.
Let's suppose we have the following CSV file:
We can see that the CSV file has 2 column and 4 rows.
The Column Headers will be used only to name the variables.
The values for those variables will be extracted from the rest of the 3 rows.
If we would use this CSV file in our test with the
Import Test Case Multiple Times (CSV) action, the imported test case would be executed 3 times, with 3 sets of variables, one set from each row.
You can only import test cases from other Web Tests in a Web Test.
You can only import test cases from other Mobile Tests in a Mobile Test.
When the test is executed, the
Import Test Case Multiple Times (CSV) action executes the latest version of the imported test case.
The variables declared in the imported test case can be accessed from the test suite in which it gets imported.
You can also extract data from Google Sheets by using the
Google Sheets APIand the Send API Request action from Endtest.