Hi All, ? ???????????? I am RamiReddy from Hyderabad,Andhra Pradesh.? I am Working on .net Technologies from Past 4 years. Currently I am facing the following Problem. Please give me your valuable advice to solve this.
We have a very big application with 15,000 aspx pages. This Application has around 1 lakh testcases. We need to test these all testcases by using QTP. For that QTP need the Object Repository(which nothing but the various objects and those properties in a web page.). QTP has a feature "recording" to get the object repostitory, but we needs to manually open that application and we needs to work on all the pages.
It is becoming difficult to creating Object Repository as Every New Week , a new version of application is coming. We need some way to create Object Repository for all those testcases programatically. How to create that? Actually i cannot read the source code (aspx page), because object properties like control ids will change according to rendered mecahnism, I need the way to rendered HTML.
by using watiN, we can get that rendered html and its objects. But how to do this for all the 15,000 pages? some pages may come, when we provide correct input only? how do we know? How people will do in this big scenarios for automation testing?
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