Cloud communications software provider Mitel benefits from testing expertise

Cloud communications software provider Mitel was experiencing various difficulties with new software releases due to lack of sufficient testers on staff. XBOSoft was hired to provide the needed manpower. Over time, XBOSoft's range of services has expanded, with ever greater satisfaction on the part of the customer.

QTP Scripting – Hands On Tips For How to Clean the Browser and Minimize QTP During Execution

This blog post on QTP scripting discusses how to clean the browser and remove cookies, and how to minimize QTP during test execution so you can see the application in action. When using QTP to automate tests with a browser, we want to have a clean browser without any cookies. Rather than record the action as select tools-Internet Options, there is a much more elegant way. QTP has the delete cookie function itself.

QTP Scripting – Emulating Keyboard Actions

When we do QTP scripting, sometimes we need emulate keyboard actions such as typing letters, moving directions (Up, Down, Left,Right) and hitting some function keys such as “Enter” and F1. WSH enables us to do this. WSH is an abbreviation of Windows Script Host. It provides scripting abilities and is used for a variety of purposes, including logon scripts, administration and general automation.

Software Test Automation with QTP – Programming with VBScript

When we do software test automation, one of the most common tools we use is Quick Test Professional (QTP). VBScript (VBS) is the default programming language for QTP. For a junior tester, recording, modifying and playing a script is enough for a beginner. But such methods have limitations since many test cases need more logic and conditional interaction. Going beyond script recording requires using VBS. VBS not only provides script robustness, but also allows you to build a flexible automation framework. In this blog, I’ll write a brief script to show some basic principles when using VBS for QTP.

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