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How to use a Blank or Empty Value in Data Sets

Jackson Ridenour
posted this on January 18, 2012 10:42

Synopsis:

This guide explains use a blank or empty value in the data sets table.

Applicable to:

Including blank or empty value when utilizing data sets

Prerequisite:

None.

How to:

  1. Create a Scenario and check the checkbox to include data set functionality.  For more information on how to do this please see our Janova 101 article on data sets.
  2. Once the columns are named we can begin entering the information into the data sets table.
     
    Data_Sets_1.png 
  3. For any cell that needs to be an empty or blank value when the test runs, simply enter the syntax =BLANK() as shown below
     
    Data_Sets_2.png 
  4. Once the test script has been built it is ready to be executed.
     
    Data_Sets_1.png 
  5. In the Test completed page the results for each individual run through the data set table are displayed.
     
    Data_Sets_2.png
 
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