In today we are announcing the training tutorials series on latest version on QTP called HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT). In this multi-part QTP training series we’ll be covering all QTP tutorials and concepts in detail with adequate illustrations. So here we are recommending you to refer the training article series sequentially for better understanding.
These QTP tutorials are designed for beginners to advanced users. Here we are starting from QTP basics you will learn advance scripting all with practical examples for your easy understanding.
After this training series you will able to automate the functional and regression testing using UFT/QTP independently.
Keep track of all articles in this HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT) online training series so that you won’t miss any topic. Please practice testing script at your home using UFT trial version and ask your question or queries in the comment section in each article. Our team will answer your questions.
Quick Test Pro (QTP) , later renamed Unified Functional Testing (UFT) is the industry leading automation product from Mercury Interactive. The other popular product from the Mercury Interactive stable was Winrunner. However , due to better features offered by Quick Test Pro , Winrunner , which also has substantial features , was slowly and surely over taken over by QTP. In 2006 , Mercury Interactive was bought by HP (Hewlett Packard) and later QTP was renamed as UFT or Unified Functional testing. QTP or UFT is prominently used in Windows based environments .
Here we shall try to understand how QTP/UFT works and how to use it for automating tests and how to write a framework so that maintenance becomes easier and volume of code becomes too big to maintain. However , we shall try to take topics one by one , in depth , so that we have no confusion left before progressing to the next topic.
We assume that you have already installed UFT / QTP and have a license to use it . In this first tutorial we shall show how to start using QTP/UFT
1. Start QTP / UFT by clicking the icon installed on the desktop or from program files and the following screen appears which shows that the license is being validated.
2. After the license is validated , the Add-in Manager screen appears , which lets us select the add ins that are required . You may select all, but for the sake of performance , select only the relevant ones. For example if Oracle, Flex etc. are not there in your application do not select them.
3. The start page appears once you click OK button