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  • 1. Quick Test Professional Presenter
  • 2. Introduction to Automation Testing
    • What is Automation Testing ?
    • Benefits
    • Automation Testing Process
  • 3. QTP Testing Process
    • Quick Test testing process consists of 7 main phases
    • Preparing to record
      • Test Environment
      • Test Conditions
    • Recording a session on your application
      • Navigate according to Test Conditions
    • Enhancing your test
      • Adding logic and conditional statements
      • Parameterization
      • Inserting checkpoints
    • Debugging your test
      • Check that it operates smoothly and without interruption .
  • 4. QTP Testing Process
    • Run Test
      • Check the behavior of your application
    • Analyzing the test results
    • Reporting defects
  • 5. QTP Layered Architecture Logical name Physical Description Application Layer1 Layer2 Layer3
  • 6. QTP Window Expert Debugger
  • 7. Tree and Expert View Relation
    • Test Objects hierarchy can be seen in both the TreeView and the Expert View
  • 8. Object Spy
    • It is used to view object properties and Methods
    • Displays
      • Object hierarchy tree
      • Run-time object methods
      • or test object methods
  • 9. Object Repository
    • Interface between QTP Script and the Application
    • Contains Logical Name and physical Description
    Locate object in repository Find data-dependant property
    • Parameterize
    • property’s
    • value
  • 10. Recording Modes
    • Normal recording
      • Records the objects in your application and the operations performed on them. This mode is the default and takes full advantage of Quick Test’s test object model.
    • Analog Recording
      • Record the exact mouse and keyboard operations you perform in relation to either the screen or the application window.
    • Low-Level Recording
      • Record on any object in your application, whether or not Quick Test recognizes the specific object or the specific operation.
  • 11. Enhancing Tests
    • Parameterizing Test
    • Regular Expressions
    • Creating Checkpoints
    • Creating Output Values
    • Dividing Tests into Multiple Actions
  • 12. Parameterizing Tests To run the scenario with multiple sets of data.
    • Steps for Parameterization
    • Defining a Data Table Parameter
    • Adding Parameter Values to a Data Table
    • Modifying Steps Affected by Parameterization
    • Running and Analyzing a Parameterized Test
    Demo………………..
  • 13. Demo…………..
    • How to provide the data to the respective Parameter through Tree View
  • 14. Demo………….. How to provide the data to the respective Parameter through Expert View
  • 15. Regular Expressions
    • Regular expressions enable Quick Test to identify Objects and text strings with varying values.
    • User has to identify the data projected to be change, like dates, so to accepts any dates, user can use regular expression.
    • Example :
    • Actual Date format :
    • 05/19/2004 (mm/dd/yyyy)
    • After Regular Expression:
    • [0-1][0-9]/[0-3][0-9]/200[0-9]
  • 16. Demo……
  • 17. Demo…….. Click icon Do the changes as, shown below and select Regular Expression. QTP will take the year from 2000 -2009
  • 18. Checkpoints
    • Used to check the current behavior of the application with the expected behavior.
    • Text /Text Area Checkpoint
    • Standard Checkpoint
    • Table Checkpoint
    • Page checkpoint
    • Database Checkpoint
    • Image Checkpoint
    • Accessibility Checkpoint
    • Bitmap Checkpoint
    • XML Checkpoint
  • 19. Text /TextArea Checkpoint
    • checks that Current Text format with the Expected Text Format in a Web page or application window
  • 20. Standard Checkpoint
    • Checks values of an object’s properties
  • 21. Table Checkpoint
    • Checks information in a table
  • 22. Page checkpoint
    • Checks the characteristics of a page
    • Check how long a Web page takes to load or if a Web page contains broken links.
  • 23. Page checkpoint
  • 24. Database Checkpoint
    • Used to check current Database data with the Expected Database data.
    • Check that the value in a database query is correct.
    • Demo………
  • 25. Bitmap Checkpoint
    • Checks an area of a Web page or application after capturing it as a bitmap
    • Check that a Web page (or any portion of it) is displayed as expected.
    • Demo………….
  • 26. Bitmap Checkpoint
  • 27. XML Checkpoint
    • Checks the data content of XML documents
    • XML file checkpoints are used to check a specified XML file; XML application checkpoints are used to check an XML document within a Web page.
    • Demo………….
  • 28. XML Checkpoint XMLFile( "Poem.xsl" ).Check CheckPoint( "Poem.xsl_2" )
  • 29. Accessibility Checkpoint Browser( "Browser" ).Page( "Yahoo! Mail_4" ).Check CheckPoint( "Yahoo! Mail_4" ) Check if the images on a Web page include ALT properties, required by the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
  • 30. Creating Output Values
    • This is just reverse to the Parameterization, In this case QTP takes the data from the application and displays the same in the Data Table.
  • 31. Creating Output Values Window( " Flight Reservation" ).WinEdit( "Name:" ).Output CheckPoint ( "Name:_3" )
  • 32. Actions
    • Actions help to divide Test Script into logical units
    • Usage :
      • 1)We can design more modular and efficient tests.
    • 2)Actions enable you to parameterize specific components of a test
    • 3)Two or more tests can call the same action
    • 4)Complex tests may have many actions and may share actions with
    • other tests.
    • Example:
  • 33. Actions
    • We can divide Test Script into multiple actions by creating
    • new actions or by inserting existing actions.
    • Kinds of actions:
    • Non-Reusable Action : An action that can be used only in the test in which it was created, and only once.
    • Reusable Action : An action that can be called multiple times by the test in which it was created (the local test) as well as by other tests.
    • External Action : A reusable action created in another test. External actions are read-only in the calling test. They can be modified only in the test in which they were created.
  • 34. Creating New Actions
    • We can add new actions to Test Script during a recording session or while designing Test Script.
  • 35. Splitting Actions
    • We can split an existing action into two sibling actions or into parent-child nested actions.
    • We cannot split an action and the option is disabled
    • when an external action is selected
    • when the first line of the action is selected
    • while recording a test
    • while running a test
    • when you are working with a read-only test
  • 36. Splitting Actions
  • 37. Inserting Existing Actions
    • We can insert an existing action by inserting a copy of the action into Test Script, or by inserting a call to the original action.
    • Example:
  • 38. Inserting Existing Actions
    • Copy of Action : It copied in its entirety, including checkpoints, parameterization, and the corresponding action tab in the Data Table.
  • 39. Inserting Existing Actions
    • Calls to Actions: We can insert a call (link) to a reusable action that resides in your current test (local action), or in any other test (external action).
    Tree View Expert View
  • 40. Setting Action Properties
    • The Action Properties enables to modify an action name, add or modify an action description, and set an action as reusable.
  • 41. Transactions
    • A transaction represents the business process that you are interested in measuring
    • You can measure how long it takes to run a section of your test by defining transactions .
    • User can Plan the Scenario as transaction and use the Start Transaction and End Transaction while Recording.
  • 42. Transactions Services.StartTransaction "Start" Services.EndTransaction "Start"
  • 43. Results
    • After running a test, we can view a report of major events that occurred during the test run.
    • The Test Results window contains a description of the steps performed during the test run.
    • If the test contains Data Table parameters, and the test settings it shows on Test Results window.
    • Results are grouped by the actions in the test.
  • 44. Results Reporter.ReportEvent micPass, "Step Name" , "Log in successfully" Reporter.ReportEvent micFail, "Step Name" , "Log in Failed" Reporter.ReportEvent micWarning, "Step Name" , "Log in pending" Reporter.ReportEvent micDone, "Step Name" , "Log in pending"
  • 45. Integration with Test Director
    • By this integration we will store Test Case in to Test Director and execute remotely.
  • 46. Integration with WinRunner
    • By this we will execute WinRunner script from the QuickTest
      • Call to WinRunner test
      • Call to WinRunner Function
  • 47. Virtual Objects
    • QTP teaches to recognize a bitmap area as a standard object except edit.

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