# import image as well as text(rich/plain) in a Test script step's description and expected result column

 0 Sarvendra Kumar (19●2●24●26) | asked Apr 23 '13, 5:05 a.m. the RQMExcelImporter provides way to import Image, text(rich/plain) to a test script's "description" and "expected result" column. but while trying to import both image as well as text it did not import both in the mentioned columns. later i tried to import text 1st then import image later in the mentioned columns so as the cumulative result will be the same as of importing both. but the text which i had imported in step1st was erased for all steps, and the image was imported in the prescribed place.

 0 Sunil Kumar R (1.1k●1●26●43) | answered Apr 25 '13, 7:00 a.m. JAZZ DEVELOPER Hello! Can you try the excel sheet & cfg file with name : "Test Cases made from scripts with images" Location : \samples default loc on Win 7 OS : C:\Program Files (x86)\ibm\RQMExcelImporterNew\Samples Best regards Sunil

 0 Lorinda Kress (1) | answered May 06 '13, 6:29 p.m. edited May 06 '13, 6:31 p.m. I have the same question - some expected results are text and some are images.  The .cfg seems to only allow 1 or the other: testscript.steps.expectedResult=image(H) // testscript.steps.expectedResult=H If I uncomment the 2nd entry, the exporter throws an exception about a duplicate. The image is imported just fine, but other test steps with just text are left blank. Has anyone come up with a workaround? Thanks, Lorinda

 0 Hao Wan (1.5k●3●5) | answered Jun 03 '13, 9:43 p.m. JAZZ DEVELOPER  Hi one way is to use "&" testscript.steps.expectedResult=H & image(H)  ``` & ```  The ampersand symbol is used to add two or more bits of data to the same field. The data can be a mix of items such as:  ``` testcase.description=”my description:” & C4 ``` Comments Sarvendra Kumar commented Jun 13 '13, 6:11 a.m. thank you Hao Wan

 0 Sarvendra Kumar (19●2●24●26) | answered Jun 13 '13, 6:11 a.m. Hello @Lorinda Kress try this following config statement. testscript.steps.expectedResult=H &" "& image(H) The column H of your excel sheet will have thetext as well as the image.