Importing to encrypted datasets

You can import test data into an encrypted dataset using a comma-separated value (CSV) file that enables you to import large volumes of test data to a dataset rather than manually entering them.

Before you begin

You must have created a test that contains a dataset with at least one encrypted column.

Procedure

  1. Double-click the dataset in the Test Navigator. The dataset is displayed in a browser.
  2. Click Import.
  3. Choose the .csv file to import and click Open.
  4. You can choose the following options in the Import pop-up window.
    • Click Append to add rows and columns from the selected CSV file to the end of the dataset.
    • Click Overwrite to add the rows and columns from the selected CSV file from the beginning of the dataset.
  5. In the Decrypt dataset window, enter the password that you had used to encrypt the column.
  6. Click OK. Based on your selection, the rows and columns values are added either to the end of the dataset or from the beginning of the dataset.
  7. Click Save and close the browser.

Results

The data from the CSV file is imported into the dataset.
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