You can divide your QTP Test Scrits into actions to streamline the process of testing your application. This section covers the advanced use of actions in your test. Using basic action-related features is described in Working with Actions.
This section includes:
- About Working with Advanced Action Features
- Inserting Calls to Existing Actions
- Setting Action Parameters
- Using Action Parameters
- Setting Action Call Properties
- Sharing Action Information
- Understanding Action Syntax in the Expert View
- Exiting an Action
- Section 1:
- About Working with Advanced Action Features:
Actions help divide your test into logical units, such as the main sections of a Web site, or specific activities that you perform in your application.
A test is comprised of calls to actions. When you create a new test, it contains a call to a single action. By creating tests that call multiple actions, you can design tests that are more modular and efficient.
You can pass information between actions in several ways. You can also specify input parameters for actions, so that steps in an action can use values supplied from elsewhere in the test. You can also output values from actions to be used in steps later in the test, or to be passed back to the application that ran the test. For more information, see Using Action Parameters.
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