The Visual Studio IDE is heavy and may take a toll on the system memory-wise. So its advisable to have two separate kinds of machines – one for development of scripts and […]
Insight Object Identification has been one of my favorite features from HP since it was launched with UFT in 2012. I have been using it in a lot of my UFT scripts. […]
There are two distinct mechanisms that can be used to establish a connection to WMI on a local/remote computer:
1) SWbemLocator object and
2) SWbemServices Object
Both the mechanisms are same except 2 differences…….
While developing scripts (not restricted to QTP/UFT), we all sometimes need to know the version of MS Office, Operating System version etc to handle different scenarios programmatically. To know the system properties, there is a technique called WMI provided by Microsoft inbuilt in its operating system ‘Windows’. In the next few posts, I will introduce you to WMI.
Since we are working with MSTest framework, we’ll have to deal with some of its limitations. One of them being that our test methods can not have parameters passed to them while […]
If you have worked with UFT/QTP, you must be pretty familiar with the ChildObjects method but in case you have not, this method is used to find a collection of objects that […]
There are two ways in which we can specify the properties of the objects that will be used in our script:- 1. Descriptive Programming – This is the approach that was demonstrated […]
LeanFT’s object identification center offers features that can give UFT’s object spy a run for its money ! You can invoke it by clicking the “HAT” icon on the Visual Studio toolbar. […]
In case you missed on part 1, check it out here. Now that we are familiar with the code skeleton, we can start writing our first test. I’m taking a basic scenario […]
If you are searching for the Java Tutorial and landed on this page, please click this link. If you are looking for a basic overview of LeanFT, You can check out my post […]