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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

QTP - Interview Question Bank : Part 10

Q. 91: What is a Standard Check Point in QTP?=====================================
It is a checkpoint which checks the property value of an object in your application. The standard checkpoint checks a variety of objects such as buttons, radio buttons, combo boxes, lists, and so forth. For example, you can check that a radio button is activated after it is selected or you can check the value of an edit box.

Standard checkpoints are supported for all add-in environments.

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Q. 92: What is a Image Check Point in QTP?===================================

It is a checkpoint ahich checks the value of an image in your application. For example, you can check that a selected image’s source file is correct. Image checkpoint is created by inserting a standard checkpoint on an image object.

Image checkpoints are supported for the Web add-in environment.

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Q. 93: What is a Bitmap Check Point in QTP?====================================

It is a checkpoint which checks an area of your application as a bitmap. For example, suppose you have a Web site that can display a map of a city the user specifies. The map has control keys for zooming. You can record the new map that is displayed after one click on the control key that zooms in the map. Using the bitmap checkpoint, you can check that the map zooms in correctly.
You can create a bitmap checkpoint for any area in your application, including buttons, text boxes, and tables.

Bitmap checkpoints are supported for all add-in environments

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Q. 94: What is a Table Check Point in QTP?
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It is a checkpoint which checks information within a table. For example, suppose your application contains a table listing all available flights from New Delhi to Chennai. You can add a table checkpoint to check that the time of the first flight in the table is correct.
You create a table checkpoint by inserting a standard checkpoint on a table object.
Table checkpoints are supported for Web, ActiveX, Java, Oracle, and .NET Windows Forms environments, as well as other add-in environments

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Q. 95: What is a Text Check Point in QTP?
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It is a checkpoint which checks that a text string is displayed in the appropriate place on a Web page or application. For example, suppose a Web page displays the sentence Flight departing from New Delhi to Chennai. You can create a text checkpoint that checks that the words “New Delhi” are displayed between “Flight departing from” and “to Chennai”.

Text checkpoints are supported for most add-in environments

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Q. 96: What is a Text Area Check Point in QTP?=====================================

It is a checkpoint which checks that a text string is displayed within a defined area in a Windows-based application, according to specified criteria. For example, suppose your Visual Basic application has a button that says View Doc , where is replaced by the four digit code entered in a form elsewhere in the application. You can create a text area checkpoint to confirm that the number displayed on the button is the same as the number entered in the form.

Text area checkpoints are supported for all Windows-based environments, such as Standard Windows, Visual Basic, and ActiveX add-in environments

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Q. 97: What is an Accessibility Check Point in QTP?========================================

It is a checkpoint which identifies areas of your Web site that may not conform to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. For example, guideline 1.1 of the W3C WebContent Accessibility Guidelines requires you to provide a text equivalent for every non-text element. You can add an Alt property check to check whether objects that require the Alt property under this guideline, do in fact have this tag.

Accessibility checkpoints are supported for the Web add-in environment.

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Q. 98: What is a Page Check Point in QTP?
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It is a checkpoint checks the characteristics of a Web page. For example, you can check how long a Web page takes to load or whether a Web page contains broken links.

You create a page checkpoint by inserting a standard checkpoint on a page object. Page checkpoints are supported for the Web add-in environment.

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Q. 99: What is a Database Check Point in QTP?=====================================

It is a checkpoint which checks the contents of a database accessed by your application. For example, you can use a database checkpoint to check the contents of a database containing flight information for your Web site.

Database checkpoints are supported for all add-in environments

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Q. 100: What is a XML Check Point in QTP?===================================

It is a checkpoint which checks the data content of XML documents in XML files or XML documents in Web pages and frames. The XML Checkpoint option is supported for the Web add-in environment & for all add-inenvironments.

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