Course ID 00904860
HP product number UFT120
Course format SCA
Typical Course length 5 days
Delivery languages English
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Course description

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of how to use the Unified Functional Testing (UFT) 11.5 application as an automated functional testing tool. You use the point and click interface to record and play back tests, add synchronization points and verification steps, and create multiple action tests.
The hands on lab exercises use version 11.5 of the Unified Functional Testing application.

Who should attend

• New users of Unified Functional Testing (UFT), who need to automate manual testing and verification in a short amount of time. UTF 11.5 is the HP Software upgrade of Quick Test Professional 11.0.
• Quality assurance engineers who assume technical lead roles in the use of QuickTest Professional/UFT applications.


You should have a working knowledge of Windows, Web sites and browsers and Testing concepts.
For complete prerequisites and requirements to achieve any of the related certifications or upgrade paths, see the certification description on the HP ExpertOne website.


  • Module 1: Course Overview
    • Identify contents of the course
    • Define goals of the course
    • Recognize fellow participants
    • Define the class schedule
    • Describe Unified Functional Testing (UFT) GUI for Testing
    • Describe the GUI testing workflow
    • Identify additional GUI testing capabilities and tools
    • Recognize a sample application under test (AUT)
    • Identify UFT for GUI Testing resources


After completing this course, you should be able to do the following:
  • Create basic scripts from a manual test case
  • Enhance basic tests with synchronization and verification
  • Parameterize tests to run with multiple sets of data.
  • Create and reuse modular actions
  • Use the Object Repository
  • Use debugging tools
  • Write custom checkpoints to create more precise verification points within a test
  • Use the Object Repository Manager
  • Resolve object recognition problems
  • Use Local System Monitoring
  • Identify when Expert View is useful.
  • Retrieve and use the properties of an object.
  • Create programmatic descriptions.
  • Create tests that include VBScript.
  • Retrieve data from application objects.
  • Use the Data Table object to store run-time data and drive actions.
  • Create scripts that access data from external sources.
  • Create new subroutines and functions.
  • Use the Function Library editor.
  • Identify when to handle exceptions programmatically.