Advanced Concepts for QTP v11 Training

Course #:WA2372

Advanced Concepts for QTP v11 Training

This core course provides a set of relevant QTP topics to supplement the QTP introduction class. Each chapter is an independent topic so that the class may be customized to focus on specific environments and objectives. The full set of materials is designed to be delivered as a two and ½ day class, but clients may elect to focus on a select subset of relevant topics which could be completed in less time.

This class requires some specific environment setup, so it is recommended that the class be taught using a pre-configured Virtual Machine (VM). This way, class time is not lost because of improper setup and all exercise can be completed. A setup document can be provided if you elect to configure your own environment, but a confirmation is required prior to the class start date. An environment confirmation can usually be arranged with the instructor using a WebEx (or similar) session.

All topics are supported by hands-on exercises based on real-life examples. The exercises use a variety of applications, each selected to highlight the topic focus.

Objectives

To extend and build on topics covered in the QTP introduction class and to introduce topics that target specific environments, such as the full functionality of the Quality Center to QuickTest interface.

Prerequisites

  • Basic concepts of Quality Assurance (QA)
  • Introduction to QuickTest Professional

Duration

2.5 days

Outline of Advanced Concepts for QTP v11 Training

  • Working with Quality Center
    • Saving QTP Artifacts to  Quality Center
    • Running QTP scripts from Quality Center
    • Using the ALM 11 / QTP Resources module
    • Version Control
  • Working with the Expert View
    • Keyword View to Expert View
    • Using Statement Completion (IntelliSense)
    • The Step Generator
  • Working with Databases
    • Establishing a QTP to Database connection
    • Importing data from a Database
    • Database Checkpoints
  • Recovery Scenarios
    • QTP Debugging Techniques
    • Using Breakpoints
  • The Debug Tool
  • Descriptive Programming
    • Shared Object Repositories
    • Reasons for using a Shared OR
  • Creating and Managing a Shared OR
  • Advanced Web Topics
    • Web Checkpoints
    • The Web Test Object Model
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