Click to go to this lesson to create a GUI test. Click to go to this lesson to create object repositories for your test. Click to go to this lesson to add steps to your test. Click to go to this lesson about running your GUI test. Click here to go the lesson on creating checkpoints and output values. Click here to go to the lesson on creating and using functions in your test. Click here to go the lesson using Insight object identification.

Lesson 5: Parameterize steps and objects

In Lesson 3: Add steps to a test, you created test steps to check that a series of steps performed on the flight reservation application ran smoothly. In Lesson 4: Run and analyze GUI tests, you ran the test, but only with a single set of data. However, when you test your applications, you may want to see the same operations performed with multiple sets of data.

For example, you may want to run a test on your application using ten different sets of data. You can create ten separate tests, each with its own set of data, or you can add ten sets of parameters to a single test. If you add the parameters, your test will run ten times, each time using a different set of data.

In this lesson, you will add parameters to your test and run the test with multiple sets of data.

This lesson includes the following: