Creating repetition logic for ActiveData allows a visual test to cycle through data in an ActiveData file and substitute the literal data in steps with the data in the ActiveData file.
When creating repetition logic for ActiveData in a visual test, you essentially define a sequential block of test steps that are used for ActiveData testing. Steps in the defined block that substitute literal data with data in an ActiveData file repeat during playback. The number of times the steps repeat is defined in the repetition logic, which can be all the rows in the ActiveData file or a subset of the rows.
Creating repetition logic for ActiveData in a visual test does not mean the visual test now uses ActiveData. This part of the process sets up steps in a test, but data in the steps themselves must be mapped to data in an ActiveData file.
The step text for the inserted step that ends the repetition logic is as follows: End Repeat