In this video we illustrate how to use excel / spreadsheets to lookup data and inject into fields within Test Modeller.

  1. Begin with a spreadsheet with the data you want to work with

  2. Within the model you are going to work in, click on Data Sheets. In this example we have created a subfolder called Automation

  3. In the Automation folder, select Data Sheet from the New Item button

  4. Click on the Browse button, select your spreadsheet, and click Save

  5. The spreadsheet now appears as a DataSheet which you can open and edit

  6. Next, open Allocation from Master Data Management and click on New Catalogue

  7. In the Catalogues tab, click on New Catalogue

  8. In the New Data Catalogue box, enter a name for the new catalogue


    A new catalogue is created. Click on it to open

  9. The Test Criteria box opens. Click on New Test Criteria

  10. The New Test Criteria box opens. Fill out the Test type and Description as required, and select Excel from the Execution type dropdown

  11. Click on the Criteria tab

    In the Excel file bar, click on the blue spreadsheet button and select the spreadsheet from the folder listing


    Click on the + button to the right of Output columns


    Test Modeller displays the column fields in the spreadsheet


    Click on the X next to the fields that you don’t need in your output to deselect them. In our case we are only concerned with username and password


    Click on the >_ dropdown button to the right of Query to display the fieldsand select the ones you want to use for the query.


    In our case we select role. Modeller automatically creates the query condition.


    You can click the dropdown and select fields as many times as you need to build out your query. Modeller separates each condition with AND. The query is editable so you can change it as you need

  12. Click on the Data tab


    In the Default how many box, enter the number of rows of data you require.