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Welcome, Aakash! TestComplete offers you two possible ways that can be used to create data-driven tests: DB Table variables (Database tables or queries, Excel files, CSV files) Table variables DDT program object How to perform data-driven testing: Create a TestComplete project Record an automated test Modify the Data-Driven Test and Assign Input ...


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dzieciou is right, generating usefully broken XML cases you need to separate feeding in plain oldbroken XML and XML which breaks your schema (the application.) The latter is probably the most useful, because it is hardest to guard against, and a test program that generates valid xml using all the known elements and attributes your application recognizes by ...


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Since this question was cross-posted to stackoverflow, I'll cross-post my answer: Unfortunately, the use of test templates more-or-less require that the data is hard-coded in the test case. However, the test template is not much more than a wrapper around a for loop. You could do something like this: | | ${database_rows}= | Run sql query | | ... | Select * ...



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