Training on Testing


• Software Testing Life Cycle
• Verification and Validation
• Test Planning, Test Case Designing & Execution
• Importance of testing in SDLC & various kinds of testing
• Black Box ,White Box & Exploratory Testing
• Look & Feel ,Usability,Installation, Performance testing
• All about Web Application Testing (E-Commerce, OS- Commerce and Jumla)
• Integration & System testing
• Defect Reporting
• Quality Standards (Six Sigma, CMM,CMMI & ISO)
• Introduction to Database Testing

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Using QuickTest Professional 9.5
Course Description


This core course provides a comprehensive understanding of using QuickTest Professional 9.5 as an automated functional testing tool for different environments. You will use QuickTest Professional’s graphical point and click interface to record and play back tests, add synchronization points and verification steps, and create multiple action tests. You will build upon fundamental topics by using debug tools to troubleshoot tests and use additional checkpoints and product options to broaden
the scope of business processes that can be automated. Once tests are created, you will discover and correct common record and play back problems. All topics are supported by hands-on exercises based on real-life examples.

Course Overview
• Outline the benefits of QuickTest Professional

Preparing to Record
• Review documented user steps
• Identify the application under test (AUT)
• Prepare the test environment

Creating A Basic Test
• Create and execute basic tests
• Understand QuickTest results

Working With Objects
• Identify objects and their properties
• Discuss basics of the Object Repository

Adding Synchronization
• Add synchronization steps
• Set Global Synchronization Timeout

Verifying with Standard Checkpoints
• Enhance tests with checkpoints
• Use regular expressions

Using Parameters
• Use input and output parameters
• Create Data Driven tests
• Enhance checkpoints with parameters

Building Multiple, Reusable Actions
• Create a Single Reusable Action
• Create multiple actions from a single action
• Use Global and Local Data Sheets

Adding Steps without Recording
• Add steps using keyword view
• Add steps using the Step Generator

Creating Tests on a Web Application
Discuss differences in:
• Setup
• Add-Ins
• Object Recognition
• Synchronization

Writing Custom Checkpoints
• Create a custom checkpoint
• Compare captured values with expected values
• Use debugging tools
• Report the step outcome with a Reporter Event

Using Database Checkpoints
• Define Database checkpoints
• Create SQL queries
• Insert a Database checkpoint
• Parameterize a database query

Utilizing a Shared Object Repository
• Describe local versus shared object repositories
• Use the Object Repository Manager

Solving Object Recognition Problems
• Use analog recording
• Use low-level recording
• Use a bitmap checkpoint
• Work with virtual objects

Utilizing Recovery Scenarios
• Create a recovery scenario
• Associate a recovery scenario with a test

Fundamentals of Load Runner 9.0


Load Runner is an automated load-testing tool that allows you to test your application before, during, and after deployment. This course is designed to give you a firm foundation in basic load testing tasks. The Load Runner Controller and Analysis will be covered in this course. You will create and run load test scenarios using the Controller. The Analysis is used to analyze load test results. You will learn to work with the graphs to display data after a test is run. Hands-on labs designed to provide you with the knowledge necessary to load test your system using LoadRunner support all topics.

• Explain the need for load testing
• Describe various types of performance test objectives
• Identify the steps of the Load Runner methodology
• Define the term “scenario” in the context of Load Runner
• Identify strategies for creating effective scenarios

Planning an Effective Scenario
• Define measurable goals for your load test
• Gather preliminary information before load testing your system
• Organize system information effectively
• Use gathered information to plan load tests

• Describe the Load Runner architecture
• Determine where to install Load Runner components
• Identify hardware and software needed for installation

Introduction to Scenarios
• Explain the elements of a Load Runner scenario
• Present the basic steps for creating a scenario

Using Run-time Settings
• Explain the difference between Script and Scenario Run-time settings
• Configure Run-time settings based on load testing goals

Scenario Execution
• Prepare for a scenario run
• Identify techniques for running a scenario efficiently

Scheduling Scenarios
• Explain Scheduling by Scenario and by Group
• Configure Scenario Start Time
• Explain a Real-life Schedule and a Run until Complete Schedule
• Manage Schedules through the Actions grid.
• Manage Schedules through the Scenario Interactive Graph

Defining Service Level Agreements
• Define a Service Level Agreement
• Create a Service Level Agreement Goal Measured Per Time Interval
• Create a Service Level Agreement Goal Measured Over the Whole Run

Performance Monitors
• Explain the value of performance monitors
• Select performance monitors to achieve load test goals
• Add measurements for performance based goals

• Explain the value of analyzing results
• Work with the graphs to display data

Introduction to Quality Center 9.2


The process-based functionality of Quality Center 9.2 is extended in this hands-on course. Students will learn how to manage quality information throughout the development cycle, construct and organize requirements, create and execute test sets, monitor defects, and use graphs and reports to track the
Success of a project.


Working with Releases
• Understanding the relationship between releases and cycles
• Creating a release tree
• Tying requirements to releases and cycles
• Viewing requirement coverage by cycle
• Tying tests to releases and cycles

Exporting from Excel to Quality Center
• Installing the Excel add-in
• Formatting requirements data in Microsoft Excel
• Exporting requirements to Quality Center
• modifying a requirements tree

Defining Requirements
• Understanding requirement types
• Creating and defining requirements
• Building a requirements tree
• Tying requirements to releases and cycles

Analyze Requirement Risks
• Adding Traceability links between requirements
• Establishing the business criticality and failure probability of a requirement
• Performing risk analysis for a group of requirements

Test Planning
• Building a test plan tree
• Creating tests
• Linking tests and requirements
• Designing test steps
• Using parameters in tests
• Configuring a test to call other tests
• Generating test scripts
• Monitoring the status of test plans

Test Execution
• Building a test sets tree
• Creating test sets
• Organizing tests in a test set
• Defining and scheduling test execution flows
• Configure automated test rerun and cleanup rules
• Executing manual and automated tests
• Recording and reviewing test execution results
• Monitoring the status of test sets

Defect Tracking
• Logging defects
• Searching and reviewing defects
• Associating defects to other entities
• updating a defect
• Tracking the status of defects

Reporting and Analysis
• Generate analysis reports and graphs
• Generate Microsoft Excel reports

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