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QuickTest Professional (QTP) Interview Questions and Guidelines: A Quick Reference Guide to QuickTest Professional Paperback – August 7, 2009
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Author has 18 years of experience out of which 10 years of experience using the automation tools for testing software applications and had mentored hundreds of software test engineers to get into the automation testing field. Author has worked and is working in large, small and medium size organizations and he put in his total experience in writing this book. Author has his Masters Degree in Computer Applications and Master's Degree in Education. Author also conducts corporate training for the local Connecticut based corporations as and when requested.
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Forget about simple record and playback as well, unless you've got a special situation or a extremely simple product with limited use cases. It's an unmaintainable approach and a waste of your organization's budget. QTP's built-in checkpoints are also something I avoid because updating them (I think) is a pain and inflexible. I'd also recommend using a code framework and alternate execution method (i.e. keyword or data driven tests) that's appropriate to your application and environment.
From my experience, one thing QTP has over its competitors is out of the box ActiveX control recognition (imperfect, but most times satisfactory). I honestly think the .NET languages, Microsoft's UIAutomation framework and reflection API's have put the writing on the wall for commercial automation tools like QTP. Years ago you would have been hard-pressed selling management on the idea of building your own tool. Over time it's now become much easier and more effective to create your own, tailored more specifically to your product, providing both unit testing and larger-scale integration and system testing.