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UFT120 – Unified Functional Testing 11.5 Essentials

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Course outline

Module 1: Course Overview
  • Identify contents of the course
  • Define goals of the course
  • Recognize fellow participants
  • Define the class schedule
  • Describe Unified Functional Testing (UFT) GUI for Testing
  • Describe the GUI testing workflow
  • Identify additional GUI testing capabilities and tools
  • Recognize a sample application under test (AUT)
  • Identify UFT for GUI Testing resources
Module 2: Preparing to Record
  • Identify functional testing principles
  • Document the user steps of a business transaction
  • Identify the application under test and its environment
  • Create a new test
  • Navigate the Unified Functional Testing (UFT) for GUI Testing user interface
  • Prepare the test environment to effectively use UFT for GUI Testing
Module 3: Creating a Basic Test
  • Create a basic test from a manual test case
  • Run a test and check for errors
  • Save a test
  • View test results
Module 4: Working With Objects
  • Identify objects
  • Define a UFT for GUI Testing object
  • Identify objects in UFT for GUI Testing
  • Use the object repository to manage objects in UFT for GUI Testing
Module 5: Adding Synchronization
  • Define synchronization in UFT for GUI Testing
  • Identify the uses of synchronization in UFT for GUI Testing
  • Add a synchronization step for a specified object
Module 6: Verifying with Standard Checkpoints
  • Define standard checkpoints
  • Add standard checkpoints to a test
  • Use a regular expression to add flexibility to a standard checkpoint
Module 7: Using Parameters
  • Identify and use different parameter types
  • Insert an input parameter
  • Insert an output parameter
  • Parameterize a checkpoint
  • Evaluate test results for iterative tests
  • Automatically parameterize steps
Module 8: Automatic Parameterization
  • Access options to automatically parameterize steps
  • Identify automatic global parameterization
  • Identify global data table parameters
  • Use test parameters
  • Evaluate test results of automatic parameterization
  • Create built-in and user-defined environment variablesHP Software Education Services
Module 9: Building Multiple, Reusable Actions
  • Identify actions in GUI testing
  • Identify action types
  • Identify action and test iterations
  • Identify calls to existing actions and copies of actions
  • Share values using the global data table
  • Call actions with parameters
  • Store action return values
  • Create multiple actions from a single action
  • Create a new action
  • Call a reusable action from another test
  • Use local and global data sheets
  • Resolve missing actions
Module 10: Adding Steps without Recording
  • List the types of steps that can be added to a test without using the record feature
  • Use conditional statements in a test
  • Use the Step Generator
  • Use the reporter object to report events in the test results
Module 11: Creating Tests on a Web Application

– Record and run a test on a web application
– Insert a text checkpoint in a test for a web application

Module 12: Writing Custom Checkpoints
  • Create a custom checkpoint
  • Compare captured parameter values with expected values
  • Use debug tools to investigate the causes of failure
  • Verify that a reported error message reflects the state of the test
Module 13: Using Database Checkpoints
  • Identify the purpose of a database checkpoint
  • Create a Structured Query Language (SQL) statement using Microsoft Query
  • Create a database checkpoint
  • Parameterize a database query
Module 14: Significant Checkpoints for GUI Testing
  • Table checkpoints
  • Text and text area checkpoints
  • Text recognition for Windows-based objects
  • File content checkpoints
  • XML checkpoint
Module 15: Utilizing a Shared Object Repository
  • Identify the types of object repositories
  • Manage shared object repositories using the Object Repository Manager
  • Use visual relation identifiers
Module 16: Object Identification Techniques
  • Configure object identification
  • Describe mandatory and assistive properties
  • Use ordinal identifiers
  • Use smart identifiers
  • Describe when to use Smart Identification
  • Use the Smart Identification process
  • Describe how UFT for GUI Testing uses Smart Identification – Use Case Scenario
  • Test object mapping for unidentified or custom classesHP Software Education Services
Module 17: Using Recovery Scenarios
  • Identify exceptions in a test
  • Create a recovery scenario
  • Associate a recovery scenario with a test
  • Set an optional step in a test
Module 18: Local System Monitoring
  • Use the Local System Monitoring feature
  • View performance graphs
  • Export the system monitor tab result
Module 19: Introduction to Expert View
  • Identify the advantages of Expert View
  • Translate steps between Keyword view and Expert View
  • Explain how VBScript and objects are relevant to UFT for GUI Testing
  • List common test objects and methods used in UFT for GUI Testing
Module 20: Using Expert View
  • Use the step generator to create new steps in your test
  • Enter steps manually in the Expert View
  • Use the VBScript With statement
  • Trace and debug tests
  • Use statement completion (IntelliSense)
Module 21: Working With Object Properties
  • Retrieve the properties of an object during a test run
  • Retrieve and set identification property values
  • Access native properties and operations
  • Use constants and variables in scripts
  • Use the reporter utility object to report events to the test results
Module 22: Working with Dynamic Objects
  • Set dynamic values of objects in the object repository
  • Build a programmatic description for an object
  • Create and use a description object
  • Identify additional uses of programmatic descriptions
Module 23: Using VBScript
  • Describe commonly used VBScript operators
  • Describe commonly used VBScript statements
  • Describe commonly used VBScript functions
  • Use VBScript operators, statements, and functions in a script
Module 24: Working with Dynamic Data
  • Retrieve data from application objects
  • Describe the VBScript looping statements
  • Use the Data Table object to store run-time data and drive actions
  • Build a script for a data-driven test case
Module 25: Retrieving External Data
  • Build scripts that access data from external sources
  • Import data from and export data to a Microsoft Excel worksheet
  • Use the Connection and RecordSet objects to query a database
  • Import and export data to text filesHP Software Education Services
Module 26: Creating New Procedures
  • Identify the advantages of creating a procedure in a test
  • Create new subroutines and functions
  • Register a procedure with an object class
  • Build a function library and associate it with a test
Module 27: Handling GUI Testing Exceptions
  • Describe exceptions in a test
  • Handle positive and negative test data
  • Use recovery scenarios for exceptions in a script
  • Handle exceptions programmatically

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