Data Driven Testing is a testing methodology in which the same sequence of test steps is performed repeatedly using a data source.
The input values of the test steps and/or the expected values for the verification steps are taken from the bound data source. Test Studio allows using built-in data source as well as external data files for data driven testing.
To take the most of data driven testing you can start with the topics below:
- Use built-in data table to data drive a test scenario.
- Use external data source to data drive a test scenario.
- Analyze results from data driven test execution.
Check this blog post for a step-by-step tutorial on data driven testing in Test Studio.
Test Studio encourages the reuse of common tests by providing the option to execute tests as steps. Any parent test and any test executed as a step - child test, can be data driven.
To learn more about the possible test combinations and expected execution outcome, check this article.