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UFT / QTP tutorial 101: Everything you need to start now!

Course Summary

The ultimate guide to learning everything you need for QTP/UFT to get ahead of the industry.


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    Course Syllabus

    • Automation methodology intro to concepts
      • The complete guide for full on beginners for getting started with QTP/UFT
      • Intro to Agile Methodology
      • Identifying the goals of the project
      • What to expect from the future
      • The advantages of short sprints in Agile
      • Sprint planning and starting development
      • What happens in the software development environments
      • What happens in the software development environments 2
      • What is regression testing?
      • Moving code to production
      • Most efficient way to create automated tests
      • How to continue working in an Agile environment
      • What is Unified Functional Testing?
      • What is automated functional testing?
      • How does Automated Testing reduce risk?
      • How does Automated Testing enable faster execution and higher test accuracy?
      • How does Automated help to find more defects?
      • How does Automated Testing allow for test case reusability?
      • What is the level of effort for a manual test over time?
      • A graph of manual testing vs automated testing LOE
      • A few more disadvantanges of automated testing
      • Smoke tests are good candidates for automation
      • Regression tests are good candidates for automation
      • Cross browser testing is good for automation
      • Repetitive tasks are great for automation
      • Bad candidates for automated testing
    • Familiarizing yourself with UFT
      • Intro and opening Unified Functional Testing
      • Start page of UFT
      • File menu and debug pane
      • Creating a solution and adding a GUI Test
      • Examining a solution of Unified Functional Testing
      • One awesome feature of Unified Functional Testing
      • How to start recording a test with Unified Functional Testing
      • How to playback a recorded a test
      • Object repository
      • Some disadvantages of an Object Repository
      • Some more features of UFT
      • Console Pane and Data Table
      • Data Table
      • Some very important features of a DataTable
      • Summary of the DataTable in Unified Functional Testing
      • Where to configure the add-ins and how to download test settings into a vbs file
      • How to disable smart identification
      • How to configure environmental variables
      • Final settings in the Test Settings menu
      • Edit and View menus
      • Search and Design menus
      • Record and Run settings and the Resources Pane
      • How to use the object spy in UFT
      • How to add objects to the Object Repository
      • Using Descriptive Programming to recognize objects
      • What happens when UFT does not recognize objects
      • Object identification window
      • Regular expression evaluator
      • Options menu
      • How to use the password encoder
      • Running code with a password that has been encoded
      • Unified Functional Testing batch runner
      • Summary of everything that we covered related to UFT
    • Some helpful features of UFT
      • Intro to the next UFT topics
      • Describing the goal of the smoke test
      • Opening the solution and adding a new GUI test
      • Writing the pseudocode for automated test
      • Using descriptive programming for logging into QTP Tutorial
      • Understanding descriptive programming
      • How to find a unique object in automated testing
      • How to perform actions on an object
      • How to use the Console pane in UFT
      • Logging into QTP Tutorial
      • Setting up a checkpoint with descriptive programming
      • Finishing coding the rest of the automated test
      • Refactoring the code to work
      • Successful completion of the UFT smoke test
      • Refactoring one more time
      • Final refactoring of the test case
      • Summary on everything that was covered in "Getting Started With Unified Function


Course Fee:
USD 297

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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