What should I learn after QTP/UFT in automation testing?

What should I learn after QTP/UFT in automation testing?

Geek Evident Asked on November 29, 2017 in Technology.
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      Unified Functional Testing ( formerly QuickTest Professional), popularly known by its acronym UFT is an automation functional testing tool originally from Mercury Interactive which was acquired by Hewlett Packard (HP) in 2006. UFT is primarily used for functional, regression and service testing. Using UFT, youHP QTP can automate user actions on a web or client based computer application and test the same actions for different users, different data set, on various Windows operating systems and/or different browsers. Automation using UFT if planned and executed in a proper manner can save considerable time and money.
      With the release of version 11.50, QTP and Service Test became part of UFT 11.50 software.
      UFT is one of the most widely used automation testing tools in the market today with over 60% market share. Due to this reason, skilled UFT professionals are always in demand.

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      All versions of QTP/UFT comes pre-installed with a Product Availability Matrixavailable by the name QTP_PAM.pdf (for versions below 11.0) or UFT_PAM.pdf (for versions 11.5 or above) This is the best way to find compatibility of QTP/UFT with various Operating systems, browsers, technologies, addins etc.

      HP Unified Functional Testing uses VB Script as its scripting language. This is the only language that is fully supported by UFT’s IDE. VB Script supports Object Oriented Programming concepts but not polymorphism and inheritance.

      Geek Evident Answered on June 21, 2018.
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