Copying and pasting data set values
One means of contributing data values to a data set is by pasting them in, using the traditional copy-and-paste technique. The source of such values can be another application (for example, Microsoft Excel™, MS Word™, or Notepad) or another item in the TestArchitect editor itself. The copied data may be pasted into the grid of data set items as either raw data or data set values.
Open a document of data values - an MS Excel spreadsheet, for instance.
In the document, select, then copy, the area of data of interest.
If not already running, launch the TestArchitect Client.
In the TestArchitect explorer tree, double-click a data set node.
The data set editor appears on the main panel.
Choose one of the following options:
In the editor, right-click any cell and select Paste As Data Row.
Fastpath: Ctrl + Shift + V
If you want to paste the data into the grid of data set items as raw data, select Paste.
Fastpath: Ctrl + V
The row actions are automatically generated in the first column along with the pasted data.