Compare Two Dynamic Textual Data

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    Comparison: Compare Two Dynamic Textual Data

    It is the expression step under Comparison Option, which is among the Expression Steps.
    Expression Step -> Action -> Expression Group -> Comparison
    Expression -> Compare Two Dynamic Textual Data

    In Scenario, use this expression step if you want to compare two dynamic(variable) textual data.

  • General Information
  • Parameter Description
    Name The name of application execution step. (Compulsory)
    Description The description of application execution step. (Not Compulsory)
  • Region
  • Parameter Description
    Related Flow Image The using image during this step. (Compulsory)
  • Action
  • Parameter Description
    Expression Type There are two options, Structural and Free.
    Structural : It uses the prepared expression script.
    Free : Allows you to customize the existing expression script
    Expression Group : Comparison This is the part where you can apply all the expression steps related to Comparison.
    Expression Compare Two Dynamic Textual Data
  • Expression Parameters
  • Parameter Description
    First Text Parameter The first text parameter required for comparison.
    Data Source : Gets the data from the Data Source.
    Constant : Data , it gets statically from the user.
    Scenario Parameter : It gets the data from the parameter coming from the scenario within the scenario operation.
    Second Text Parameter The second text parameter required for comparison.
    Data Source : Gets the data from the Data Source.
    Constant : Data , it gets statically from the user.
    Scenario Parameter : It gets the data from the parameter coming from the scenario within the scenario operation.
  • Time Settings
  • Parameter Description
    Maximum Step Completion Time The time to the end of completion for step if Run to The End of Completion of Application style is chosen. (Compulsory)
    Wait Time After Execution Request The wait time to pass next step. (Compulsory)
  • Scenario Flow
  • Parameter Description
    Step Flow Indicates the step flow type. (Compulsory)

    Ordered The flow type to continue sequentially.
    Conditional The flow type to continue conditionally.

    • On Success
    • This step turns to another step on success. You can choose End to terminate the scenario step.

    • On Fail
    • This step turns to another step on fail. You can choose End to terminate the scenario step.