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Convert QTP Test Files from one Version to another
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'************************************************************************* ' Description: ' 'This example specifies a folder in which tests from an older QuickTest version are 'stored and then loops thr…

XML File handling Using QTP
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QTP Descriptive programming with xml file handling The following example uses the ItemByName property to confirm that the QTP attribute was added. Set doc = XMLUtil.CreateXML() doc.LoadFile "c:\example.xml&q…

Run Action Statement in QTP
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The RunAction statement can run only actions that are already associated with your test as part of the test flow. Therefore, in order to enter a RunAction statement in the Expert View for an external action, …

Setting Properties for an External Action
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Setting Properties for an External Action : When you insert a call to an external action, you can choose where you want QTP to store the Data Table data. You can specify this in the External Action tab of the Action Prop…

Setting Action Properties In QTP
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Setting General Action Properties:  You can use the General tab of the Action Properties dialog box to modify the name of an action, add or edit an action's description, or change the reusability status of the action…

Action Properties In QTP
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What are Action properties in QTP? The Action Properties dialog box enables you to define options for the stored action . These settings apply each time the action is called. You can modify an action name, add or modify an ac…

Run Action Statement In QTP
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Action handling in QTP Automation testing : Description Runs the specified action in the test. Note: The RunAction statement can run only actions that are already associated with your test as part of the test flow. …

Types Of Exit Action Statement
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There are four types of exit action statements you can use: ExitAction. Exits the current action, regardless of its iteration attributes. ExitActionIteration. Exits the current iteration of the action. ExitRun. …

Call One Action from Another Action in QTP
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How to : Descriptive Programming In QTP Using VBScript How To Call One Action From Another ' : This example starts QuickTest, opens a new test, and adds a new action, which calls a second action . 'Then it edits t…

ExitAction statement In QTP
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Description Exits the current action, regardless of its local (action) iteration attributes. The pass or fail status of the action remains as it was in the step prior to the ExitAction statement. Note: The ExitAction…

VbEdit Identification Properties In QTP
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How to Identify Objects in QTP, & VBEdit Identification Properties In QTP Object identification properties can be used in the object repository description, in programmatic descriptions, in checkpoint and output value ste…

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