Tag Archive: RegisterUserFunc

Feb 10 2009

Limitations of RegisterUserFunc

In previous articles (e.g., A Fresh Look on RegisterUserFunc, Assa, 2008) we have discussed one of the most powerful features provided by QuickTest Professional (QTP): “the ability to override methods of [test] object classes with custom functions tailored to serve specific purposes” (Bar-Tal, 2008b). Whilst the advantages of this feature were already reviewed in the …

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May 30 2008

Add New Methods to Objects

This short article complements a previous one I have published on how to Override the Object Exist Property. As previously indicated, one of the most powerful features QuickTest Professional (QTP) provides is the ability to override methods of object classes with custom functions tailored to serve specific purposes. In this brief article we will see …

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May 18 2008

Override the Object Exist Property

One of the most powerful features QuickTest Professional (QTP) provides is the ability to override methods of object classes with custom functions tailored to serve specific purposes. For example, the WebEdit.Set method might be expanded to first check if a popup message is open before or after (or both) the set operation took place. This …

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Mar 30 2008

A Fresh Look on RegisterUserFunc

Background Today we’re going to deal with an often overlooked feature of QTP – RegisterUserFunc. Though RegisterUserFunc can offer some real-world benefits, newcomers to the QTP world are unfamiliar with it, and QTP experts look down on it (when comparing it to their custom frameworks). I intend to shed some new light on this feature …

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