Before creating scripts in QTP, validate your application and QTP matches your need. You need to ensure following stuffs:
Preparing to create a test in HP QTP
- AutoComplete option
- Go to Microsoft Internet Explorer, uncheck the AutoComplete option by navigating to Tools > Internet Options > Content tab > AutoComplete settings.
- Close all the browsers. Kill all the iexplorer.exe process in Task Manager.
- Page and Frame options
- In QTP, navigate to Tools > Options > Web > Page / Frame Options. In Create a new Page test object for, select Different URLs or a change in data transfer as shown below.
- Check following options
- Ignore non user-input data – Get
- Ignore non user-input data – Post
- Ignore user-input data – Get
- Ignore user-input data – Post
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