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ALM Project Startup v12

This core class covers the establishment of an Application Framework, using Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) edition (version 12) as the shared repository for project artifacts. This class is geared toward new ALM users, but can also be used as a refresher class for experienced QC users or ALM users upgrading from older versions of QC or Test Director. Participants receive practical instructions on the ALM Project planning and startup tasks required for new ALM Projects. This class examines the core ALM entities and the relationship between these entities. This class can be presented in a traditional instructor-led class or as a virtual class. Both class offerings are presented by qualified professionals through discussions and demonstrations, followed by well-designed hands-on exercises based on real-life examples. Approximately 40% of the class is tool usage.

Sprinter v12

This class is a 1 day class which covers Sprinter functionality. Sprinter is a manual testing tool with advanced features such as Smart Defects, Data Injection and Macros. Sprinter works with ALM and UFT and is automatically included in the ALM purchase price. Approximately 40% of the class is tool usage.

ALM Testing Basics v12

This core class is designed specifically for test team members and picks up where Project Startup ends. The focus of the ALM Testing Basics class is on the creation and execution of manual test cases, but this class also covers the artifacts that should be in place when test planning starts. This class is geared toward new ALM, but can also be used as a refresher class for experienced QC users or ALM users upgrading from older versions of QC or Test Director. Participants receive instructions on the testing features of ALM, including creating Defects while testing. This class can be presented in a traditional instructor class or as a virtual class. Both class offerings are presented by qualified professionals through discussions and demonstrations, followed by well-designed hands-on exercises based on real-life examples. Approximately 40% of the class is tool usage.

Alm v12 Differences

ALM 12 has a different ‘look-and-feel’ from ALM/QC 11, including two different methods of access. In addition, ALM 12 includes the concept of ‘Business Views’ which when combined with the new Excel to ALM Add-in, provides users with the ability to directly connect to ALM from Excel and use pre-defined Business Views to create meaningful Excel reports. This one day class covers the new ALM interface, Business Views and new reporting options. This class is designed for experienced ALM/QC users who wish to be able to take advantage of new ALM 12 features. Several of the old ALM/QC reporting options (like Standard reports and ‘Report Generator’) have been discontinued and replaced with reports that rely on Word Templates and Excel.

Advanced Concepts For Uft

This core course provides a set of relevant UFT topics to supplement the Introduction to UFT class. Some chapters are presented as independent topics so that the class may be customized to focus on specific environments and objectives. The full set of materials is designed to be delivered as a three-day class, but some customers may elect to focus on a subset of relevant topics (which could be presented in a shorter timeframe). This class is taught against a pre-configured virtual environment which can be access through the internet. UFT is fully integrated with Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and this class offers ‘best-practice’ suggestions for effective use of the two products working together. All topics are supported by hands-on exercises based on real-life examples. The exercises use a variety of applications, each selected to highlight the focus topic.

Alm Reporting V12

This course is designed to supplement several of the core ALM classes, such as; Implementing ALM, ALM Project Startup, and ALM Testing Basics. This class covers all of the many reporting options available in ALM 12. In ALM 11.5, HP removed the standard reports and replaced them with more robust and configurable options and introduced the concept of Business Views. When team members understand the power of custom business views and custom Word Templates, in conjunction with ALM linkages, then they are able to produce the necessary reports and graphs required by all levels of management.

Using Alm V12

This three day class covers the establishment of an Application Framework, using Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) edition (version 12) as the shared repository for project artifacts, and moves on to cover the establishment of a manual test framework and execution of manual Test Sets. This class is geared toward new ALM users, but can also be used as a refresher class for experienced QC users or ALM users upgrading from older versions of QC or Test Director. Participants receive practical instructions on the ALM Project planning and startup tasks required for new ALM Projects and the creation of a test framework. This class examines the core ALM entities and the relationship between these entities and how ALM linkages provide the basis for project monitoring and reporting. HP has removed standard reports and the Document Generator and replaced them with more robust and configurable options and introduced the concept of Business Views. When team members understand the power of custom business views and custom Word Templates, in conjunction with ALM linkages, then they are able to produce the necessary reports and graphs required by all levels of management.

Introduction To Unified Functional Testing Uft V12

This core course provides a comprehensive understanding of how to use Unified Functional Testing version 12 (UFT) as an automated functional testing tool. This course is designed for manual testers who need to understand how to create basic automated tests. Course materials focus on the UFT Keyword View to record and playback tests and make test enhancements by adding appropriate checkpoints. Emphasis is placed on test modularization to improve reusability. Participants receive instruction on how UFT identifies testing objects, how to use and manage the Object Repository, how to use the Object Spy, and how to use the UFT configuration options to interact with the application under test. All topics are supported by hands-on exercises based on real-life examples.