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I'm trying to write tests to load a spreadsheet that populates users to a program site.

I was wondering if I can have a spreadsheet loaded to the site when the test runs on Jenkins.

To be more specific, the application takes a spread sheet by browsing its location. What I want to do, is specify the location of the file in test environment, is this possible?

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Niels van Reijmersdal, user246, Yamikuronue, Kate Paulk, testerab May 20 '15 at 20:19

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I wrote an example project that uses Java and runs your tests on SauceLabs. This project is executed using Maven and so you can load it in Jenkins. Also, there is an included example of driving a test from a spreadsheet.

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