Information Technology

Quality Assurance Automation (Manual Testing, QTP/UFT, TestDirector)

Start: Oct 2017       Type: Evening / Weekend Classes       Duration (hr): 60


The course is a great introduction to Software Quality Assurance. Students are introduced to the foundations and practical techniques for establishing and implementing a Software Quality Assurance for Client/Server and Web applications. Emphasis is placed on methodologies for defining and validating quality, preventing and detecting errors, and defining test strategies and plans. It covers various testing techniques, scenarios, requirements hierarchy, cases and scripts. The course provides the Quality Assurance techniques with QuickTest Pro/Unified Functional Testing and TestDirector/Quality Center. Students will learn how to plan effective tests, how to record test and perform playbacks, how to manage Object Repository. In addition, the verification procedures will be discussed in details demonstrating different techniques. Topics include WEB Testing, Actions, Standard Checkpoints and Output Value, Data-Driven Test, Descriptive Programming, and Cross-Browser. Extensive programming examples and exercises are provided using QuickTest Pro/Unified Functional Testing. The course includes the basic presentation of LoadRunner.  
After completing this course, students should be able to record effective automation scripts using available checkpoint, create batch scripts for regression testing and analyze test results after the execution. 
Introduction to QA, Standards, OS, SDLC 
Client/Server, Multi-tier, Web. Security 
QA Fundamental Elements and Procedures 
Introduction to Automation Testing with QTP/UFT
Using Checkpoints 
Parameterization Using Actions Database Checkpoints, Data Driven Testing 
Descriptive Programming Using FSO, Debugging, Recovery 
Working with Objects 
Web Testing and TestDirector 
LoadRunner, Stress and Load Test 
Computer user skills; IT related education or work experience is a plus, but not required 

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