Oracle Add-in for QTP

  • After installing the Oracle Add-in, your applications will always open with Java support active. You can confirm that your Oracle environment has opened properly by checking the Java console for the confirmation message similar to: Loading Oracle Support (version x.x build xxx) (Oracle Corporation x.x.x.xx)
  • The QTP Oracle Add-in supports only Oracle clients that are Java-based. Oracle Developer/2000 is not supported.
  • Before using the Oracle Add-in to test Oracle Applications, you must first enable the Name attribute supplied by the Oracle Applications server.
  • The Oracle Applications server supplies a unique Name attribute for many application objects. You can also find the Oracle Applications server Name attribute in the Oracle Add-in developer name identification property. The developer name identification property is used by QTP in most test object descriptions to identify Oracle objects.
  • In QTP, table data is always loaded from the application itself, even if the Active Screen contains an image of the table. For this reason, you must first open the table in the application before creating a table checkpoint in a test
  • In some cases you may have to scroll to the last row of the table to make sure that all the data is loaded
  • If the table object is not open in your application when you create the checkpoint, the Table Checkpoint Properties dialog box contains only the Properties tab, and the option to select which type of information to check (content or properties) is disabled
  • It is not necessary to open the table in your application to edit an existing table checkpoint.
Rahnuma Tasnim

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