Today, HP has announced the support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 for QTP10. You would need to download this patch (requires HP support login). More details about this patch are available on HP support site.
pal_drv.sys is the system driver that may be the culprit for your frequent QTP crash issues. This driver was developed was text-recognition mechanism that QTP doesn’t support now. You need to uninstall this driver and here is how:
In this part we will see how to use DateTime properties and methods to work easily using DotNetFactory in QTP.
In this part we will see how to use DateTime properties and methods to work easily using DotNetFactory in QTP. The DateTIme structure represents an instance in time and can be expressed as a particular date and time of the day.
In this part you will learn how to create a progress bar control. It can be used to measure the continuous progress of your QTP script.
In this part we will learn how to add various input controls on the form. An Input control can be a text box – to input text data, radio button or check box – to select a option control etc. or a combination of these controls. In this part of series we will discuss on how to add these controls on the form.
Now that you have learned creating custom user form in the earlier parts of this series, we will now see how we can add various controls on it. These controls could be a text box, button, checkbox, radio button etc.
In this part you will learn how to create a custom user form using DotNetFactory utility object in QTP.
Quality Center Integration. QC now provides you the version control feature and ‘asset comparison tool’ to compare different versions of the same QTP tests. Local System Monitor in QTP provides you the facility to monitor various system resources while a test is running. It also has a provision to define a threshold for a given monitor, whereby when the current monitor goes beyond the threshold you can choose to stop the test.
DotNetFactory is a new utility object introduced in QTP 9.2 and available in later versions, which enables QTP scripting to directly access methods and properties of a .NET object by creating an instance of this object. You will be amazed using this as you won’t realize how easy it could be.