I have the following scenario in Specflow:
Scenario Outline: K_KRED_FIELD - validation Given that K_KRED_FIELD has value <value> And that K_STATUS_FIELD has value <value_status> When I run rule K_KRED_RULE Then value of this field is <validation_result> Examples: | value | value_status| validation_result | | 0.00 | Cancelled | valid | | 0.00 | | invalid |
The general idea is as follows: I check if the value of field
K_KRED_FIELD is valid, depending on value of other field -
K_STATUS_FIELD using rule
K_KRED_RULE. I have many fields and many rules like that.
K_STATUS_FIELD has many valid values (around 50). Of course it's possible to create example for each of those values but it's time-consuming and some other fields are dependent of
K_STATUS_FIELD, so for each of them I need around 50 examples.
Is it possible to create something like a dictionary with valid values of
K_STATUS_FIELD and run test against each of them? I was thinking about something like
Scenario Outline: K_KRED_FIELD - validation Given that K_KRED_FIELD has value <value> And that K_STATUS_FIELD value is valid When I run rule K_KRED_RULE Then value of this field is <validation_result> Examples: | value | validation_result | | 0.00 | valid | | 0.00 | invalid |
And that K_STATUS_FIELD value is valid iterates over each valid value for field
K_STATUS_FIELD with each value
K_KRED_FIELD taken from the
You could use a dictionary in your step definitions. When you say something like: "And that the K_STATUS_Fields are valid" and that you use a loop in your step definitions to go through all the values.
Is that a possible solution to you, or am I totally of on understanding the problem?