Creating a Datapool Outside Rational Test
Chapter 11 - Working with Datapools
The following is an example of a datapool file with three rows of data. In this
example, field values are separated by commas:
John,Sullivan,238 Tuckerman St,Andover,MA,01810
Peter,Hahn,512 Lewiston Rd,Malden,MA,02148
Sally,Sutherland,8 Upper Woodland Highway,Revere,MA,02151
Using Microsoft Excel to Create Datapool Data
When you are using Microsoft Excel to populate a datapool, do not separate values
with the Windows separator character on page 325. Excel automatically inserts the
separator character when you save the datapool in .
To create and populate a datapool using Microsoft Excel:
File > New
to create a new Excel workbook.
The following is an example of how a datapool might look as it is being populated
with data in Microsoft Excel:
Each column represents a datapool field.
Each row is an individual datapool record containing datapool field values.