Open up the Sample Plan called "17 Optimized Tests Generated by Hexawise".

Click on the name of the plan and then click on the green "Make an editable copy" button.

Before making any changes, generate a set of 3-way scenarios.

Click on the Manual Auto-Scripts screen.

Export the existing set of tests into Excel.

Open up the Auto-scripts tab in Excel and note that all 500 plus test steps (e.g. 9 steps X 63 tests) have been immediately generated at the push of a button.

Now modify this set of scenarios to include a few new Auto-Scripted steps.

  • Go to the Parameters screen.

  • Add the Parameter "Flood Zone" to the plan.

  • Before adding the Values, think about how you want the wording of the test script to appear.

  • Let's say we want the test script to read "Select 'Flood Zone' radio button" when the property is in a flood zone and "Do not select 'Flood Zone' radio button" when the property is not in a flood zone.

  • Add two Values to your plan for the Parameter "Flood Zone": Select and Do not select.

  • Stay on the Parameters screen.

  • Add the Parameter "Fixed vs Variable Loan Type" to the plan.

  • Before adding the Values, think about how you want the wording of the test script to appear.

  • Let's say we want the test script to read 'In the loan type selector, choose Fixed" or "In the loan type selector, choose Variable."  

  • Add two Values to your plan for the Parameter "Fixed vs Variable Loan Type": Fixed and Variable.

  • Now move the Parameter "Fixed vs Variable Loan Type" from the end of plan higher, so that it appears with the other Parameters that involve Loan Characteristics (using arrows or Bulk Edit).

Your model should now look like this:

Create a new set of 3-way scenarios.

Go to the Manual Auto-Scripts screen.

Add the Flood zone step. After step 9, click on "Add a Step."

Sometimes, we'll want the Auto-Script to begin with "Select". Other times, we'll want to begin it with "Do not select".

Replace the "_____" in the sentence above with the name of the appropriate Parameter, {Flood Zone}

  • Once you add the correct Auto-Script instructions, it will read {Flood Zone} 'Flood Zone' radio button.

Now add the next Auto-Script step for the "Fixed vs Variable Loan Type" Parameter.

At the bottom of Step #10 (that you just added), click on "Add New Step"

Move this newly-added Auto-Script step up to the 7th step in your plan.

To move the Auto-Script step up, click on the up arrows.

Generate a new set of 3-way scenarios.

  • Export your tests.

  • Examine your updated Auto-Script steps.

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