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While designing automation test in Katalon Studio, users usually need to configure data for certain test steps, such as:

  • Pass input parameters to a test step.
  • Get the output value from a test step.

You can select from a wide range of value types supported by Katalon Studio as showed below:

Value Type

Description

Constant

The data is a value that will not change over time.

Variable

The data is a value that might be changed during execution. This type of data can only be referred within the scope of the test case where it is defined.

Global Variable

The data is a value that might be changed during execution. This type of data can be referred anywhere in the project.

Test Data Value

The data is a value coming from a test data file.

Binary

The data is a binary expression.

Boolean

The data is a Boolean value that can be evaluated from a Boolean expression.

Test Case

The data is a test case.

Test Data

The data is a test data file.

Test Object

The data is a test object.

Method Call

The data is a method call.

Property

The data is a public property value of an object.

List

The data is a list of values.

DictionaryThe data is a collection of keys and values.

 

This list describes how to provide data for each data type:

Value Type

How to provide value for the property?

  • String
  • Integer

Enter value directly into the Value cell.

  • Variable
  • Global Variable

Select preferred option from the Value drop-down list.

Boolean

Select preferred option from the Value drop-down list.

List

  • Click on the Value cell.
  • A popup which looks like the following will be displayed:
  • Continue to add as many items as you want in the above popup.
  • Then press the OK button.
  • Those defined values will be displayed in the Value cell, as illustrated below:

 

Dictionary
  • Click on the Value cell.
  • A popup which looks like the following will be displayed:

Continue to add as many items as you want in the above popup.

  • Then press the OK button
  • Those defined values will be displayed in the Value cell, as illustrated below.
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