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Unified Functional Testing ( UFT ) v11.5Training Course & Certification

Unified Functional Testing ( UFT ) v11.5 Training Course & Certification


Audience & Prerequisites


Unified Functional Testing – UFT v11.5 Course Overview

This course focus on the basic functionalities of Unified Functional Testing which will help you to land in software testing field with functional automation testing tool advantage. In the beginning the course will starts with record and playback session, participants will learn skills to create new scripts, modify scripts to enhance testing. In enhancements, which will add intelligence and flexibility into a script, including synchronization, checkpoints, and parametrization.

Later in the course, participants adopt principles frequently followed by developers as they design more sophisticated test scripts. To increase the reusability they will be creating reusable actions, function libraries, and shared object repositories, participants will be armed with a skill set applicable for testing nearly any type of application.

Objectives – UFT v11.5 Training

  • Create basic automation test script using manual test case
  • Enhancing basic test using synchronization while recording and after recording
  • Making automation script more dynamic using parameters
  • Creating reusable actions and modifying it for more enhanced script
  • Using Object Repository
  • Working on Object Identification and modifying identification list of properties
  • Working with Object properties to make it more dynamic
  • Working with different views of UFT
  • Creating custom checkpoint to verify application with client perspective
  • Running AUT and UFT by using synchronization and other features of UFT
  • Passing multiple user input using parameter
  • Storing replay time data in run-time datatable
  • Working with test summary

Intended Audience – UFT v11.5 Course

  • For new users who wants to switch from manual to automation testing using UFT
  • For Quality Assurance Engineer who wants to show quality of Team lead by using UFT

Prerequisites for UFT v11.5 Certification

  1. Working Knowledge of:
    • Windows
    • Websites and browser settings
  2. Optional Experience with:
    • Scripting Languages

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Section 1Course Overview
Lecture 1Identify the contents and objectives of the course
Lecture 2Define the class schedules and class logistics
Lecture 3Identify the related courses
Lecture 4Discuss the lab environment details
Section 2Software Overview
Lecture 5Describe the advantages of UFT as a testing tool
Lecture 6Preview the UFT Start Page and Help menus
Lecture 7Recognize the sample applications used in the labs
Lecture 8Identify resources for getting assistance
Section 3Preparing to Record
Lecture 9Identify functional testing principles, and the benefits of automated testing
Lecture 10Navigate the typical GUI testing workflow
Lecture 11Document the steps of a business process
Lecture 12Prioritize business processes using effective criteria
Lecture 13Gather sufficient test data
Lecture 14Prepare the test environment for automated testing
Section 4Creating a Basic Test
Lecture 15Create a basic test using manual test case
Lecture 16Run a test and check for errors
Lecture 17Save a test
Lecture 18View test results
Section 5Working with Objects
Lecture 19Identify objects
Lecture 20Define a UFT for GUI Testing object
Lecture 21Identify objects in UFT for GUI Testing
Lecture 22Use the object repository to manage objects in UFT for GUI Testing
Section 6Adding Synchronization
Lecture 23Define synchronization in UFT for GUI Testing
Lecture 24Identify the uses of synchronization in UFT for GUI Testing
Lecture 25Add a synchronization step for a specified object
Section 7Verifying with Standard Checkpoints
Lecture 26Define standard checkpoints
Lecture 27Add standard checkpoints to a test
Lecture 28Use a regular expression to add flexibility to a standard checkpoint
Section 8Using Parameters
Lecture 29Identify and use different parameter types
Lecture 30Insert an input parameter
Lecture 31Insert an output parameter
Lecture 32Parameterize a checkpoint
Lecture 33Evaluate test results for iterative tests
Lecture 34Automatically parameterize steps