The basic steps for editing datapool
Working with Datapools
7. When finished modifying datapool columns, type a number in the No. of
records to generate field.
If a different row has to be retrieved with each fetch, make sure the datapool has
at least as many rows as the number of users (and user iterations) that will be
requesting rows at runtime.
8. Click Generate Data.
You cannot generate data for a datapool that has more than 150 columns.
Alternatively, if you do not want to generate any data now, click Save to save
your datapool column definitions, and then click Close.
9. Optionally, click Yes to see a brief summary of the generated data.
If There Are Errors
If the datapool values are not successfully generated, you are prompted to see an
error report rather than a summary of the generated data. To correct the errors:
1. Click Yes to see the error report.
2. After viewing the cause of the errors, click Cancel.
3. Correct the errors in the Datapool Fields grid.
Editing Datapool Values with Robot
To edit datapool values in Robot, you must begin in the Configure Datapool in Test
Script dialog box.
This section provides the basic steps for editing datapool values while in Robot.
For information about the Configure Datapool in Test Script dialog box, see Step 1.
Editing Datapool Configuration on page 10-13.
To view or edit a datapool's values while in Robot:
1. If the script that will access the datapool is not open for editing, click File >
Test Script to open it.
2. Click Edit >
Datapool Information to open the Configure Datapool in Test
Script dialog box.
3. Either accept the defaults in the Configure Datapool in Test Script dialog box,
or make any appropriate changes.
Use the table on page 10-15 to help you modify the settings in this dialog box.
4. When finished making any changes, click Save.
5. Click Edit Existing Data.