Using My Templates

You can save selected templates under the tab My Templates which serves as a storage for collections of tests. Here, you can access collections added from shared collection in Template Gallery. Alternatively, when you create or customize some tests inside a dataset, you can store them in My Templates for further use or you can transfer them through My Templates to use them on data from other data sources.

You can only use tests within the same datasource provider, though, as tests are always tailored for a given data structure. Therefore your tests are divided in the My Templates by the datasource provider and when you create a dataset from a test collection in My Templates, the datasource provider is fixed in the configuration.

To add a collection to My Templates, you can either add a public collection from Template Gallery to your private set of collections in My Templates, or create a collection from tests you have in a dataset. Adding a collection from Template Gallery to private My Templates and a subsequent creation of a dataset from the collection in My Templates is described in the procedure "Creating dataset from a test collection in My Templates". The creation of collection from tests in dataset is described in the following subsection.

Add tests from dataset to My Templates

To create a collection from tests that you have in a dataset, you need to open the dataset. Note that it is not possible to create a collection from a dataset when you do not have any tests there.

In panel with main information about the dataset, there is in the drop-down menu on the Edit button a button "Save as template" which allow you to create a new template from all tests in the dataset. You need to include all tests first, but if you don't want all tests to be included, you can delete them in the newly created test collection afterwards.

In the process of test collection creation, you can adjust the name and description which are pre-filled with the corresponding values for the dataset.