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Table Driven Scenarios #59

pytlesk4 opened this Issue Sep 25, 2017 · 1 comment


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pytlesk4 commented Sep 25, 2017

  • This will be on the collection/scenario level as a data property
  • can be an array of data, file(local or hosted), or json schema with the number of times to generate the data
  • Need to figure out how to log all of this
  • Need to figure out how to report this from the command line
  • Won't be supported in the UI right away, but you should be able to conduct this with out hosted conductor and run from the command line.
  • Biggest issue is how do users represent this in the scenario it self. (brainstorm session needed)
    • Brainstorm session needed, current thoughts are adding the notion of data( {} ) vs. {$$} vs...

@pytlesk4 pytlesk4 added this to the Stoplight v3 Release milestone Sep 25, 2017


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pytlesk4 commented Sep 28, 2017

duplicate of #71

@marbemac marbemac modified the milestones: Stoplight v3 Release, Prism v3 Release Dec 4, 2017

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