This lesson will help you understand mabl's Data-driven Testing functionality.
In test automation, there are often cases where you might have multiple data sets for which you need to run the same tests. In mabl, you should be able to do this using data-driven testing or DDT. This is the process of loading data that is external to your functional tests to strengthen and extend your automated test cases.
Once you have created the data-driven variables and saved the test, you can create a data table from it by following the below steps:
A scenario is a set of values, a specific row in a data table to be precise, that are passed a test as part of data-driven testing.
You can find the scenario names on the: