QTP Tutorial: Identifying Objects Easily and Quickly
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Are you just starting to learn QTP/UFT? Are you having issues recognizing objects using this tool? Then this course is for you. It is taught by skilled professionals with 1000s of hours of Automation experience. Once you master these concepts, you will be 1000s of hours ahead of your peers. At the end of the course, you will be able to:
1. Understand how QTP/UFT identifies objects
2. Interact with any object that you desire to automate your test cases
3. Correctly configure your QTP/UFT for your application to make object identification easy
4. When UFT isn't recognizing objects, use the correct methods to fix these issues
5. Understand how applications work in the 'computer world' and how to interact with those applications.
This course is quick, easy, and a must when first starting with QTP/UFT. When we first learned these automation tools, we spent hundreds of hours on identifying the same objects that currently take us less than a minute to identify. We don't want you to go through the same trouble. We want to save you time by giving you all of the tips and tricks we learned to get around the issues of identifying objects with QTP/UFT. This course is absolutely FREE because we believe you will full benefit from it!
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|Section 1: Getting started with object identification in QTP|
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|Section 2: Issues you may encounter along the way, and what you should do to fix them|
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|Section 3: Software Testing notes, code, and tutorials from real Automation Engineers|
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When trying to break into the IT industry, I started from nothing. I had no background in IT and no Bachelor of Computer Science degree. I learned everything on my own through research and practice utilizing the information that I found online. It was by no means an easy process. A lot of the courses and tutorials on QTP/UFT online were either outdated or didn't offer a clear and concise explanation of the concepts they were teaching. When I started my first job as an Automation Engineer with QTP, I was surprised at how different the real world practices were. Thousands of hours later, I decided to start a company teaching Automation Testing the proper way, the real way, the efficient way. I wanted to take all of my knowledge, all of my faults and mistakes, and all of my on the job experience and create courses. Courses that would actually teach people the correct way to do automated software testing. I wanted to make sure that my students were not wasting any time on useless or outdated techniques(like Keyword Driven Frameworks). I only teach what works in the industry today and what will work years from now. I want to cut the learning curve for my students and only teach them the information they will actually use.