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QTP runs on a different computer

QTP runs on a different computer

(OP)
Hi all,
How can we check an application with the use of QTP, where as the application runs on one computer and the QTP on another computer, but, the computers are connected through Ethernet?

Thanks
 

RE: QTP runs on a different computer

You want QTP essentially to control a remote PC session?

Have you tried recording it on the QTP machine and then starting the remote session, and activating the application you want to run?

Cheers,
Dave

"Yes, I'll stop finding bugs in the software - as soon as you stop writing bugs into the software."  <-- Me

For all your testing needs: forum1393: Systems & Software Testing

RE: QTP runs on a different computer

(OP)
Hi Dave,
1. Thanks a lot and sorry for the late reply.
2. I did not understand how to control the remote session
   (how to activate the application on the remote session)
   from the QTP machine?

Regards
auto2

RE: QTP runs on a different computer

The easiest method is to install QTP on the application (target) machine.

Then you have a number of options to kick it off remotely - through Quality Centre/TestDirector, or you can write a VBScript that can be used to create a QTP Instance and execute a test.

Cheers,
Dave

"Yes, I'll stop finding bugs in the software - as soon as you stop writing bugs into the software."  <-- Me

For all your testing needs: forum1393: Systems & Software Testing

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