Whilst I am very happy with python, most of my colleagues are still EXCEL people. I imagine that even with the right tools at their disposal to create powerful QAtrack tests, many will still default to producing a spreadsheet. However I recently came across https://www.xlwings.org/ which allows python integration into EXCEL docs. My idea is to allow people to do their analysis in EXCEL, and then have a macro which will post the data to QAtrack using xlwings. In use, the person would create their spreadsheet as normal, then just define which cells to post and name the test (associated with a test list in QAtrack). The API would then handle the import of data. What do people think?
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