Execution of Pre-built test cases using datasets

Consider having pre-existing test cases designed for your ERP workflows, such as Oracle's Procurement process, which can significantly reduce the time and resources typically required for creating detailed test cases. 

Opkey's test accelerators handle this for you. They encompass over 30,000 pre-established test cases and additional test artifacts like reusable components, objects, and more, tailored for diverse ERPs such as Oracle Cloud ERP, Coupa, Salesforce, SAP, and beyond. 

You can swiftly employ these pre-existing test cases for any business process within your ERP project, saving you days typically spent on test case creation. 

Let’s take an example of the Oracle test accelerator and its related pre-built test cases.


Access your Opkey domain and proceed to the Automate section. 


Upon acquiring an ERP accelerator, the Opkey team tailors these pre-established libraries to match your unique ERP instance. Subsequently, they become accessible to you within the Test section of Automate. 

On the left, you can explore the pre-built libraries for different ERP's.  

Opkey simplifies adjusting test data in pre-built test cases by providing data repositories. These repositories allow you to store input data from sources like databases, CSV files, and Excel sheets, streamlining the process. 

If you have an Excel file, you can import it into Opkey. Alternatively, you can create a new dataset directly within Opkey for your test cases. 

Opkey offers two repository types: 

Local Data Repositories (LDR) 

Global Data Repositories (GDR) 

LDR enables iterating a test step with multiple datasets, while GDR allows using one dataset across multiple test cases. 

Create a test case and add the reusable components. Here we are considering a scenario where a company aims to test its Hiring Management workflow, which encompasses collecting and managing the personal details of all employees. 

Here we have added, three pre-built components: Login, Hire an Employee, and Close All Browsers. 

The test case containing LDR data systematically goes through each dataset, executing them before moving on to the next step. 


Click on the Manage Local Datasheet icon. 


Click on the Upload Datasheet icon. 


The file gets imported successfully. 


You can either import a datasheet or you can add. Click on + icon to add a datasheet. 


Open the added datasheet. 


Click on Upload datasheet to add the datafile. 


Save the datasheet with the Save button. 


You can also add a dataset. 


Save the dataset.



Click on the Run button. 


Click on Local Run. Click Next.



The executions proceed on the Oracle application. 


Click to view the result of the execution.



Go to individual tabs and view the step details. 


Go to the individual steps and view the output for input data entered for steps. 


This is how you can execute the pre-built test cases using your dataset for your ERP applications. 

Read related article on Pre-built test cases for ERPs.

















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