Make use of data driven testing and avoid Scenario duplication
A Scenario in accelQ represents a unique flow or use case in test application. Never write two Scenarios that are comprised of same sequence of Actions. All the data permutations within the same flow should be addressed by way parameterization and data driven testing. Do not duplicate or clone Scenario, unless you are creating a different flow/sequence of steps.
accelQ takes data driven testing to the next level, by allowing you to define parameters based on Data Types or Data Lists. When you find a particular Action parameter can only take a limited set of values, define appropriate Data Type or Data List for that parameter. You can automatically create permutations of test cases based on permitted values.