Click to go to this lesson to create a GUI test. Click to go to this lesson to add steps to your test. Click to go to this lesson about running your GUI test. Click here to go to the lesson on parameterizing test steps. Click here to go the lesson on creating checkpoints and output values. Click here to go to the lesson on creating and using functions in your test. Click here to go the lesson using Insight object identification.

Lesson 2: Creating Object Repositories

The basis of a GUI test is the collection of test objects used to test your application's user interface. These test objects are learned by UFT and then stored in object repositories that are associated with your test.

Now that you have created a test and its test structure (by creating actions), you need to create the test objects to use in your tests. This lesson introduces the basic concepts of test objects, run-time objects, and object repositories which are used in your tests.

This lesson includes the following: