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8 Comments

  1. hi ankur,

    Can i get any complete pdf material for UFT.

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  2. I’m very much fresher on software testing or QTP/UFT software program but i’m trying to learn these desperately. Sake of my early beginning stage your online base tutorial lesson get me so benefited. I’m so lucky that i can reach u, cause at present i can’t effort to go through any courses. But in future i hopefully en role with your course of software testing. So many thanks.

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  3. Hi,
    Suppose we have a scenario like,we have multiple number of edit boxes with similar properties and values & we used ordinal identifier.But with the next build or next release the edit boxes been randomized.( i.e. the edit box whose index value was 1 that has been changed to 6). In that case what exactly we need to do.
    And what is visual Relation Identifier.
    How it can be used,and where it can be used.

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    • @Acharya: Good question.
      If you are unable to find a unique property for individual edit boxes, in such a case you can take help of Visual Relation Identifier (VRI).

      VRI is a set of definitions that enable you to identify the object in the application according to the relative location of its neighboring objects.
      As per your example; say you have this structure.

      Build 1:
      Name:
      LastName:
      Email:
      Address:
      City:

      In the next build, the developer changed the position of Email element and removed Address filed altogether.
      Build 2:
      Name:
      LastName:
      City:
      Email:

      In this case, using VRI, you can identify each of the object by their corresponding label names found on the left side.

      This is a hypothetical example, different apps may have different approaches. Download the eBook above which will help you with various object identification issues, typically encountered in UFT.

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  4. How do you recommend testing mobile devices that are no charge ( open source)

    Dave

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    • @Dave: HPE has been investing a lot on that front. Since UFT 12.53, they support native as well as hybrid mobile apps.

      Among 3rd party commercial tools, Perfecto has been doing some good work.

      Among open source, I have heard a lot about Appium.

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