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object repository

object repository

object repository


If I'm executing my qtp scripts/automation from quality center, is there a way to assign a new object repository to all my scripts at once? Also, if I need a certain script to run before every test set, is there a way to set this up without including it in every test set?

thank you  

RE: object repository

The only way I can think of to assign a new repository to all tests at once is to rename the old one and insert the new one with the same name at the same location.

But as far as I know, you'd still need to insert your initial script into every test set if you want it to run before all tests.  QTP doesn't seem to permit a "startup script" like WR does.


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

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