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This section describes manual test parameterization, and the following section describes automatic test parameterization. It is recommended to start test configuration with automatic parameterization, as it likely will configure all or most of the required parameters while saving time. Use the manual parameterization only if the automatic parameterization missed some necessary parameters or errors are displayed while verifying the test. The manual parameterization is described first in this document for clarity.

Manual parameterization includes two main steps:

  1. Creating one or several variables that are sources of dynamic data.
  2. Create a parameter that uses the variables to substitute recorded value with dynamic data.

 

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