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Creating Components[faq]

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Creating Components

  • How can I record on objects or environments not supported by QuickTest?
  • You can do this in a number of ways:

    • Install and load any of the add-ins that are available for QuickTest Professional. QuickTest supports many developmental environments including Java, Oracle, .NET, SAP Solutions, Siebel, PeopleSoft, terminal emulators, and Web services.
    • You can map objects of an unidentified or custom class to standard Windows classes. For more information on object mapping, see Mapping User-Defined Test Object Classes.
    • QuickTest provides add-in extensibility that you can use to extend QuickTest built-in support for various objects. This enables you to direct QuickTest to recognize an object as belonging to a specific test object class, and to specify the behavior. of the test object. You can also extend the list of available test object classes that QuickTest recognizes. This enables you to create components that fully support the specific behavior. of your custom objects.
  • How can I open an application from a component?
  • To add a step that opens an application, select Operation from the Item column, select OpenApp from the Operation column, and then enter the the full path in the Value column, for example:

    C:\Program Files\HP\QuickTest Professional\samples\flight\app\flight4a.exe

  • How does QuickTest capture user processes in Web pages?
  • QuickTest hooks the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser. As the user navigates the Web-based application, QuickTest records the user actions. (For information on modifying which user actions are recorded, see the section on configuring Web event recording in the HP QuickTest Professional Add-ins Guide.) QuickTest can then run the component by running the steps as they originally occurred. 

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