We started the ‘Hybrid Framework in QTP‘ series with an article that covered the basics of hybrid framework in QTP. This series of posts would be concluded here in this 5th and final part where we will cover some of the remaining topics about the hybrid framework. We will also provide the sample framework code
In the previous article on Hybrid Framework in QTP, we started writing the code to create the Hybrid Framework. We created one test script (in linear fashion) and then implemented the features of QTP modular framework into it. In this article, we will take up the same framework and extend it further
Continued from previous article – Designing Hybrid Framework in QTP (Part 1). In this article, we will start looking at the process of creating a hybrid framework from scratch. This article would concentrate more on the coding aspects of the hybrid framework. We will start with a basic test script
In the previous article on QTP Hybrid Framework, you saw the hybrid framework from a generic point of view. That article highlighted the very basic information about hybrid frameworks, such as – what a hybrid framework is, its structure and some important features that are common across multiple hybrid frameworks.
From all the QTP Framework articles that we have posted on this blog till now, this series of articles (about the hybrid framework) is be the most important one. The sole reason for this is – “Hybrid framework is the most commonly used framework in test automation projects.”
Consider the following queries – Does QTP 10 support Windows 7? Does QTP 10/11 support IE 9? Does QTP 11 support any particular Firefox/Chrome version? These are few among the many common questions that automation testers would want to know when they start with an automation project or when they work on some POC
This article is an updated version of a previous article on QTP product availability matrix (PAM). This article underlines the steps which you need to follow to download the product availability matrix PDFs for all the QTP/UFT versions provided by HP.
I guess many of you folks would have faced the situation where, when you run your test scripts in batch mode, the scripts start to fail after a while as your windows machine gets locked. Mostly this happens because the organizations you work for have certain security rules which