As we all know, one of the benefits of Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) is easy operation and a user-friendly interface. For many ETS-88 projects, our users are demanding it for its intelligence and convenience and have asked if they could rapidly change the test conditions of the test item without opening the source code. Based on these types of requests, we combined the PDS function of the existing Eagle Vision MST to make the datasheet become an important input in the project. The user can place almost all of the parameters in the datasheet and then use them in the Visual Studio environment bypassing the parameters. This presentation will introduce three different PDS parameter structures and usage methods, which bring together fixed multi-column, programmable small multi-column, and programmable single-column formats to help the user choose the best method for improving efficiency.