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Exercise 5d: Run a parameterized test

In Exercise 5b: Define data table parameters and Exercise 5c: Add parameter values to a data table, you created Data Table parameters for the toCity and fromCity objects in the Flight Finder action. This enables you to substitute the constant object values with changing values from the test's data table.

However, if you were to run the test at this time, it would only run one time, with the data from the first row of the Global data sheet. Since the purpose of parameterization is to see how your application runs with different sets of data, you need to instruct UFT to run the test multiple times.

In this lesson, you will configure UFT and your test to ensure that the entire test runs multiple times and uses the data in the test's Data table.

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