HP Certified Software Automation Tester
Duration: 120 Hours
Software Versions: 12.00 HP SU Series (Specially Designed for Graduation Students)

Prerequisites: –

Working knowledge of:

  • Windows Concepts
  • Programming Languages
  • Websites and Browsers
  • Scripting languages

HP University curriculum imparts training to students on some of the HP’s suite of testing tools like ALM, UFT, LoadRunner, and VuGen. This enables the students to gain entry in the IT industry and begin their career on the Software Testing vertical.

HP ALM (formerly Quality Center – QC) helps manage quality information throughout the development cycle, from requirements building, test designing & executions (both manual and automation) by defects tracking.

Module 1: Course Overview
Module 2: Introduction to Application Lifecycle Management
Module 3: Working with ALM Clients
Module 4: Working with Releases
Module 5: Project Planning and Tracking
Module 6: Working with Requirements and Analyzing Risk
Module 7: Test Planning
Module 8: Requirements Coverage
Module 9: Test Execution
Module 10: Lab Management
Module 11: Build Verification
Module 12: HP Sprinter 12.0
Module 13: Defect Tracking
Module 14: Version Control
Module 15: Library Management
Module 16: Asset Sharing (Libraries)
Module 17: Exporting from Excel to ALM
Module 18: Reporting and Analysis
Module 19: Cross-Project Reporting
Module 20: Using ALM from A to Z

HP UFT (formerly Quick Test Professional – QTP) helps testing automation by integrating manual, automated & framework testing of AUT for functional requirements in one IDE.

Functional Testing is checking the AUT(Application under test) core application functions, inputs & reports, menu functions & installations with two perspective approaches (Requirements & Business Process based testing).

HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT) software enables to test software quickly and accurately for cost savings and productivity improvements. This automated functional testing software simplifies testing and puts you in charge with a unified user experience.

Module 1 – Course Overview
Module 2 – Software Overview
Module 3 – Preparing to Record
Module 4 – Creating a Basic Test
Module 5 – Working with Objects
Module 6 – Adding Synchronization
Module 7 – Verifying with Standard Checkpoints
Module 8 – Using Parameters
Module 9 – Building Multiple, Reusable Actions
Module 10 – Adding Steps Without Recording
Module 11 – Creating Tests on a Web Application
Module 12 – Writing Custom Checkpoints
Module 13 – Utilizing a Shared Object Repository
Appendix: Using Recovery Scenarios
Appendix: Object Identification Techniques

Module 1 – Introduction to the Editor
Module 2 – Using the Editor
Module 3 – Using VBScript
Module 4 – Working with Object Properties
Module 5 – Working with Dynamic Data
Module 6 – Working with Dynamic Objects
Module 7 – Retrieving External Data
Module 8 – Handling GUI Testing Exceptions
Module 9 – Creating New Procedures
HP performance testing tool to simulate the load on AUT with the virtual users.

HP LoadRunner software enables to get an accurate picture of end-to-end system performance. This application load testing software tool helps you to identify and resolve issues before applications go-live.


Module 1: Course Overview of LoadRunner 12.0 Essentials
Module 2: Introduction to HP LoadRunner (LR) 12.0
Module 3: What’s New in LR 12.0
Module 4: Planning an Effective Load Test
Module 5: Installing LR Components
Module 6: Introduction to Scenarios
Module 7: Using Run-Time Settings
Module 8: Scheduling Scenarios
Module 9: Using Performance Monitors
Module 10: Running a Scenario
Module 11: Using the Analysis Tool

HP Software tool to create Virtual Users (Virtual User Generator) used in performance testing.

The HP Virtual User Generator or VuGen captures end-user business processes and creates an automated performance testing script, also known as a Vuser script. VuGen is one of the components of HP LoadRunner.

Module 1: Course Overview of Virtual User Generator 12.0 Essentials
Module 2: Introduction to Virtual User Generator (VuGen)12.0
Module 3: What’s New in VuGen in 12.0
Module 4: Recording Scripts for Web Applications
Module 5: Replaying the Vuser Scripts
Module 6: Inserting Transactions into the Script
Module 7: Parameterizing a Script
Module 8: Verifying the Vuser Scripts
Module 9: Creating Actions for a Web Script
Module 10: Using the VuGen Editor
Module 11: Using the Advanced Scripting Techniques for Vuser Scripts
Module 12: Auto Correlation After Recording
Module 13: Using Manual Correlation
Module 14: Auto Correlation During Recording

Create basic script s from a manual test case
Parameterize tests to run with multiple sets of data.
Create and reuse modular act ions
Use the Object Repository Manager
Resolve object recognition problems
Use Local System Monitoring
Retrieve and use the properties of an object.
Create programmatic descript ions.
Retrieve data from application object s.
Create script s that access data from external sources.
Create new subroutines and functions.
Use the Function Library editor.
HP ALM as a tool. (Introduction to HP ALM)
Working with Releases
Specifying Requirements
Business Process Models
Test Planning
Test Execution
Manual Testing with HP Sprinter
Defect Tracking
Library Management
Sharing Assets
Reporting and Analysis
Create, configure, and execute load tests
Record scripts in the Web environment using VuGen
Parameterize scripts to vary user input data

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