Category Archive: Projects

May 08 2012

Advanced QTP on Android

A first version of AdvancedQTP for Android can be found here. Now you can take this perfect companion with you to keep updated on what’s new in our site.

Nov 27 2010

ReporterManager Support Discontinued

ReporterManager (an extensible solution for all your QTP reporting needs), will no longer be supported. You may download the latest version, use it as you see fit, modify it, and redistribute it further, as long as: 1. You understand ReporterManager is given AS-IS, without any EXPLICIT or IMPLICIT WARRANTIES, and you make that clear when you redistribute …

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Apr 04 2008

The StringUtil Project

A teaching project by Dani Vainstein, which gives you the power of string manipulation of Dot.Net framework. Harness the amazing power of .Net to perform extremely complex string operations in seconds! StringUtil brings an end to compromising for messy code and lengthy functions – from now on your code could look as elegant and simple …

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Mar 29 2008

About ReporterManager

ReporterManager is an extensible solution for all your QTP reporting needs. ReporterManager allows you to easily set up any combination of reporters, set complex rules for each and every reporter, and immediately use them in your scripts. After setting the reporters once, using the mechanism boils down to one simple command: oReporterManager.Report. You can choose …

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Mar 29 2008

About FrameworkManager

FrameworkManager lets you program better, cleaner tests by handling all the troubles and nitpicking of the application’s UI level for you. Besides providing an extremely simple interface to building and maintaining your scripts, FrameworkManager solves one of the biggest problems with QTP’s native OR and DP. These mechanisms don’t carry sufficient data from the real-world …

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Mar 29 2008

ReporterManager Version 9.21

A new update is available for ReporterManager – Version 0.9.2! This version includes several bug-fixes, as well as a new reporter – XML. Unlike QTP’s native report , this XML reporter can save its contents to disk with every report event, so you never have to worry about losing the log in case QTP hangs or crashes. …

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