Consider a situation where you want to “turn off” or disable QTP Results (some part of the result or the entire result itself) that is generated at the end of the test run. There may be many reasons why you may want to do this, few of which have been listed

A common feature that QTP testers are often asked to implement is to capture the application screenshot every time an error occurs during test run. This is definitely a good to have feature in your automation framework because – a) When a script fails, you would have a proof that it failed due to