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First Steps with QTP part 3

I’ve recently been tasked with inserting data into an 20-year-old 16-bit application to give us a benchmark data set for an updated alternative. In standard investment banking terms, there are deals, to which orders are attached, and there are orders which can have multiple tickets. An API had been developed for inserting Orders and Tickets […]

First Steps with QTP

Matt: So I’ve got around 10 years experience with Loadrunner, am well-versed with Winrunner, can code in half a dozen languages and still I never got around to learning QTP. Well now I have no choice since we’re using it at my latest client site. The aim of this article is to provide guidance in […]

First Steps with Selenium

Matt: So, Selenium is an open-source toolset for testing web-based applications. It can be found here. I started working with Selenium recently and I though it’d be an interesting post to document how I went from novice to competent user. One of the interesting features of Selenium is that is can be used for performance […]

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