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QTP

QTP represents QuickTest Professional, a result of Hewlett Packard (HP). This apparatus encourages analyzers to play out a mechanized utilitarian testing consistently without observing once content improvement is finished.

HP QTP utilizes Visual Basic Scripting (VBScript) for robotizing the applications. The Scripting Engine need not be introduced only as it is accessible piece of the Windows OS. The Current form of VBScript is 5.8 which is accessible as a component of Win 7. VBScript isn't an article situated language however an item based language.

Length : 30 Hours

QTP/UFT Course Content

Introduction to Automation

What is Automation Testing

Benefits of Automation Testing

Manual Testing Vs Automation Testing

Various Automation Testing Tools

Introduction to QTP/UFT

Object Spy

Recording Methods

Normal Recording

Analog Recording

Low Level Recording

Insight Recording

Object Repository

Local Repository

Shared Repository

Merge Repository

Associate Repository

Compare Repository

VB Script

VB Script Variables

Conditional Statements

Loops

Select Case

Arrays

Built-In Functions

User-Defined Functions

Check Points

Standard Checkpoint

Text checkpoint

Text Area Checkpoint

Bitmap Checkpoint

Database Checkpoint

XML Checkpoint

Launching Application with Script

Common Methods used in QTP/UFT

Working with Actions

Types of Actions

Insert Call to New Action

Insert Call to Copy of Action

Insert Call to Existing Action

Calling Action in Another Test

Action Parameters

Calling Action Parameter in Another Test Action

Transactions

Inserting Transactions

Inserting Ending Transactions

Analyzing Transaction Results

Data table

Local Data Table

Global Data Table

Data table Methods

Synchronization

Wait Property

Exist

Wait

Sync(Only for Web based apps)

Debugging

Break Points

Step Into

Step Over

Step Out

Debug Viewer

Watch

Variable

Command

Smart Identification

Base Filter Properties

Optional Filter Properties

Error Handling

Syntax Errors

Logical Errors

Run Time Errors

Descriptive Programming

Windows Based

Web Based

Virtual Objects

Recovery Scenarios

Introduction Recovery Scenarios

When to use Recovery Scenarios

Defining Recovery Scenarios

Recovery Scenario Manager

Managing Recovery Scenarios

Environment Variables

Built-In

User-Defined

Function Library

Creating Function

Calling Function in Action

Associate Function Library to the Test

Working with GUI Objects

Working with Web Tables

Data Driven Test

Parameterize Test using Data table

Parameterization through Flat files, Excel File

Parameterization through Database

QTP/UFT Course Content

Introduction to Automation

What is Automation Testing

Benefits of Automation Testing

Manual Testing Vs Automation Testing

Various Automation Testing Tools

Introduction to QTP/UFT

Object Spy

Recording Methods

Normal Recording

Analog Recording

Low Level Recording

Insight Recording

Object Repository

Local Repository

Shared Repository

Merge Repository

Associate Repository

Compare Repository

VB Script

VB Script Variables

Conditional Statements

Loops

Select Case

Arrays

Built-In Functions

User-Defined Functions

Check Points

Standard Checkpoint

Text checkpoint

Text Area Checkpoint

Bitmap Checkpoint

Database Checkpoint

XML Checkpoint

Launching Application with Script

Common Methods used in QTP/UFT

Working with Actions

Types of Actions

Insert Call to New Action

Insert Call to Copy of Action

Insert Call to Existing Action

Calling Action in Another Test

Action Parameters

Calling Action Parameter in Another Test Action

Transactions

Inserting Transactions

Inserting Ending Transactions

Analyzing Transaction Results

Data table

Local Data Table

Global Data Table

Data table Methods

Synchronization

Wait Property

Exist

Wait

Sync(Only for Web based apps)

Debugging

Break Points

Step Into

Step Over

Step Out

Debug Viewer

Watch

Variable

Command

Smart Identification

Base Filter Properties

Optional Filter Properties

Error Handling

Syntax Errors

Logical Errors

Run Time Errors

Descriptive Programming

Windows Based

Web Based

Virtual Objects

Recovery Scenarios

Introduction Recovery Scenarios

When to use Recovery Scenarios

Defining Recovery Scenarios

Recovery Scenario Manager

Managing Recovery Scenarios

Environment Variables

Built-In

User-Defined

Function Library

Creating Function

Calling Function in Action

Associate Function Library to the Test

Working with GUI Objects

Working with Web Tables

Data Driven Test

Parameterize Test using Data table

Parameterization through Flat files, Excel File

Parameterization through Database