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QTP 9.5 and Winrunner 9.2

QTP 9.5 and Winrunner 9.2

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QTP 9.5 and Winrunner 9.2
QTP 9.5 and Winrunner 9.2

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Published by: boaetech on Nov 11, 2009
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Packages: HP QTP 9.5, HP Winrunner 9.2(Basic and Advanced)Real –Time Practice Applications are Web based Applications, SAP, Data warehousing,Mainframe, Database, and Security .
HP QTP 9.5Chapter 1: Introduction
 Testing with QuickTestUnderstanding the Testing ProcessProgramming in the Expert ViewUnderstanding Functions and Function LibrariesManaging the Testing Process Using Quality CenterUnderstanding Business Process TestingSetting Required Access PermissionsUsing the Sample SiteModifying License InformationUpdating QuickTest Software
Chapter 2: QuickTest at a Glance
 Starting QuickTestQuickTest WindowKeyword ViewExpert ViewFunction LibraryStart PageActive ScreenInformation PaneAvailable Keywords PaneTest Flow PaneResources PaneMissing Resources PaneProcess Guidance PanesData TableDebug Viewer PaneUsing QuickTest CommandsBrowsing the QuickTest Professional Program FolderViewing Product Information
Chapter 3: Understanding the Test Object Model
About Understanding the Test Object ModelApplying the Test Object Model ConceptViewing Object Properties and Methods Using the Object Spy
Chapter 4: Working with Objects
About Working with ObjectsUnderstanding Object Repository TypesUnderstanding the Object Repository WindowViewing and Modifying Test Object PropertiesMapping Repository Parameter ValuesAdding Test Objects to a Local or Shared Object RepositoryDefining New Test ObjectsCopying, Pasting, and Moving Objects in the ObjectRepositoryDeleting Objects from the Object RepositoryLocating ObjectsWorking with Test Objects During a Run SessionManaging Shared Object Repository AssociationsExporting Local Objects to a Shared Object Repositor
Chapter 5: Configuring Object Identification
About Configuring Object IdentificationUnderstanding the Object Identification Dialog BoxConfiguring Smart IdentificationMapping User-Defined Test Object Classes
Chapter 6: Managing Object Repositories
About Managing Object RepositoriesUnderstanding the Object Repository ManagerWorking with Object RepositoriesManaging Objects in Shared Object RepositoriesWorking with Repository ParametersModifying Object DetailsLocating Test ObjectsPerforming Merge OperationsPerforming Import and Export OperationsManaging Object Repositories Using Automation
Chapter 7: Merging Shared Object Repositories
About Merging Shared Object RepositoriesUnderstanding the Object Repository Merge ToolUsing Object Repository Merge Tool CommandsDefining Default SettingsMerging Two Object RepositoriesUpdating a Shared Object Repository from Local ObjectRepositoriesViewing Merge StatisticsUnderstanding Object ConflictsResolving Object ConflictsFiltering the Target Repository PaneFinding Specific ObjectsSaving the Target Object Repository
Chapter 8: Comparing Shared Object Repositories
About Comparing Shared Object RepositoriesUnderstanding the Object Repository Comparison ToolUsing Object Repository Comparison Tool CommandsUnderstanding Object DifferencesChanging Color SettingsComparing Object RepositoriesViewing Comparison StatisticsFiltering the Repository PanesSynchronizing Object Repository ViewsFinding Specific Objects
Chapter 9: Creating Tests — Overview
About Creating TestsDeciding Which Methodology to Use - Keyword-Driven orRecordingUnderstanding Your TestEnhancing Your TestUsing Relative Paths in QuickTestManaging Your Test

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