In previous Scenario Outline example we have discussed, how the Scenario Outline keyword or variable can be used to run the same Scenario multiple times, with different combinations of values.
@temp Scenario Outline: Verify Login Functionality And I fill in "email" with "<email>" And I fill in "passwd" with "<password>" And I press "SubmitLogin" Then I should see "<heading>" heading Examples: | email | password | heading | | email@example.com | Test@1234 | MY ACCOUNT | | wrongusername | test | AUTHENTICATION |
Now consider this case, I was testing one of the investment banking application. Where I have to submit Trade & ETF form after selecting several combination of values and after clicking on review order button, review modal appear where I have to assert few values based on combination of variables value selected. Here we are constructing a string and then asserting based on variables value.
You can construct such string using multiple scenario outline variables. For Example:
@Demo Feature: For Demo only Scenario Outline: Verify information on review Modal When I follow "Stocks & ETFs" link And I fill in Symbol with "<symbol>" And I select "<account>" from account dropdown And I select "<action>" from Action dropdown And I fill in quantity with "<quantity>" And I select "<order type>" for order type And I fill in price with "<price>" And I select "<time>" from Time in force Then I should see "<action> <quantity> <symbol> @ <order type> <price> - <time>" Examples: |symbol|account|action|quantity|order type|price|time| |ABCD|X|Buy|1|Limit|10|Day 9:30AM - 4:30PM ET| |XYZE|Y|Sell|2|Trailing Stop $|20|Day 6:30PM - 2:30AM ET|
So, this is possible use as many variables as you want inside double quotes, this all will be replaced with corresponding value in example section.