How to create a Domain via CSV
In the Projects Dashboard, navigate to the Domains Window. You will only see the Domains window when you have a Project selected.
Open the "New Domain" drop down.
New Domain From CSV
Click "New Domain from CSV".
Create the New Domain
- Name the your new Domain
- Specify the delimiter in the CSV file (Commas, Tabs, Semicolon, etc.)
- Upload your CSV file
- Click Save
Specify Generator Type
When uploading a CSV file as a Domain, you have two options for the Generator type:
Static: This Generator type will add ListGen Generator to each of your Attributes. Each of these ListGens will have a list populated from the corresponding column in your CSV file. You can only choose this option if your CSV file has less than 16 rows of data. You can use the staticUser.csv file attached to this site to create a Domain with this method.
- Dynamic: This Generator type will reference the CSV file on your local machine. When you run your GenRocket Scenario, the GenRocket Runtime will pull data directly from your CSV file to generate your specified data. This will require you to specify the CSV file name and path so the GenRocket Runtime knows where to pull the data from. You can input your file path and name as a hardcoded string or an organization resource. We recommend using an organization Resource to making sharing Scenarios easier. You can use the dynamicUser.csv file below to try this method out.
Specify Attributes to Generate Data For
Click the checkbox for each of the Attributes you want to generate data for. You can select the checkbox at the top to select all of the Attributes. Click save when you are done selecting your Attributes.
Congratulations -- you just created a Domain via CSV! Please continue below to see the expected results with static or dynamic imports.
Import Option Results
When you look at your imported Domain's Attributes, you will see each of them has a ListGen assigned to it. In the list area you will be the data pulled directly from your CSV file.
When you look at your imported Domain's Attributes, you will see that each one has a ListCSVGen assigned to it. In the list area, you will see up to 15 rows of example data being shown to give you a sense of what your generated data will look like. When your Scenario runs on your local machine, the GenRocket engine will look at the CSV file itself to generate the data from.