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Jun 12

QTP Advance Online Training

Category: Programming, QuickTest Pro, Sample Code, Software Testing, Tools, Training | Comments Off on QTP Advance Online Training

QuickTest Professional Advance Online Training has just been released!
Learn some neat and useful advance features of QuickTest Professional!  This QuickTest Pro course includes 9 lessons consisting of 80 online training pages of material for only $50.  This training will teach you advance techniques in order to take your test automation to a new level of […]

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Dec 11

QTP Performance Testing for a Single User

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Performance testing can be done with QTP, but in a limited scope – only from a single user standpoint, for functional testing.  Years ago when the “QTP VUser” for LoadRunner was introduced they incorporated the “start_transaction” & “end_transaction” functions.  These are used by LoadRunner for tracking performance timings for load testing, but you can also […]

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Aug 11

VBScript: Overflow error using CInt function

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Tips & Tricks Series – Overflow error
Ever get an “Overflow error” when using the CInt function?  You might encounter this error when you are doing some programming in your test script and doing some data manipulations or calculations.  Let’s review an example of a situation that could cause this to happen – a classic example […]

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Mar 10

Why Declare a Variable in VBScript?

Category: ASI General, Programming, QuickTest Pro, Sample Code, Tools | Comments Off on Why Declare a Variable in VBScript?

VBScript is a very flexible scripting language that provides full programming capabilities for various implementations.  VBScript is the programming language used by QuickTest Pro, so when you are in the Expert View doing some advanced programming you will regularly create variables and use them to hold various data values.  All variables in VBScript are of […]



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