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Brief explanation of Condition and Loop Statement in Keyword view - UFT/QTP Training Tutorial 11.4

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In last two articles we have learned about “Brief explanation of how Keyword view works – Exercise 1 and Exercise 2“. In this Exercise, you will get to know how to work with condition and loop statement, in Keyword view.

Conditional and Loop Statements in Keyword View:

Conditional statements: In this statement user can join decision making into their tests.

Loop statements: In this statement user can run a group of steps frequently, either

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Exercise 2: Brief explanation of how Keyword view works - UFT/QTP Training Tutorial 11.3

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In today’s Exercise 2 article you will learn how to transfer an Action or Component Step, how to delete a Step, insert and remove the Breakpoints and check properties of Step Elements.

In Keyword view, how to transfer an Action or Component Step

Here, you will see how to transfer a step to a different place within an action or component.

This has been done by following steps,

Drag and drop a step Copy/cut

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Exercise1: Brief explanation of how Keyword view works - UFT/QTP Training Tutorial 11.2

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); First step to proceed in Keyword view is adding standard steps to the Test or Component:

To add new steps, user need to,

Insert a new step Define the step

1) Insert a new step: For action, user can add a new step as a sibling step or a sub step of an existing step and for components, new step adds below the selected step.

First process: To proceed on this, just click below

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The Keyword View User Interface’s Elements and Tools - UFT/QTP Training Tutorial 11.1

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The UFT’s Keyword View facilitates users to see all steps of the action or component in a keyword-driven, modular, table format. In this table-like format, each step is a single row in the table, and each column signifies the dissimilar parts of the steps.

These steps can be created with the help of user interface’s elements and tools.Let us know how to access these elements and tools and what all functionality these elements and

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Brief Overview of Keyword View - UFT/QTP Training Tutorial 11

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Overview of Keyword View

UFT Keyword View facilitates user to see the steps of created actions or components in a modular, table-like format. User can generate and change steps by selecting items and operations in the Keyword View. Facilitate users to see a description of the action or component in understandable format and those descriptions (used as instruction for required manual testing project) are helpful for manual testing. Each step displays in a row

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Overview of HP Unified Functional Testing 12.0 - UFT/QTP Training Tutorial 3

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HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT) is a combined platform of GUI testing API testing to test the front-end (User interface) and back-end of the software application. GUI testing method can be used to test front-end of the software application and API testing method can be used to test back-end of the application.

Using UFT, user can test either whole application from start – to – end or can test a particular function and object

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