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Available framework for QTP

Building a framework before automation is a first step in any organization. Building a good framework with good number of library functions will take long time and in some cases I have observed that it takes nearly months/years together to get in a good framework for the company.

But now, I see a change, there are few available frameworks both open and commercial which is available. Using these may be your ROI on automation can increase drastically. It would be wise thought to have a look and do an evaluation on these frameworks and then decide what needs to be built or extended on top of these frameworks. Here I would not recommend any framework but list down the framework which I have evaluated. All these frameworks have their own merits so selecting the framework which you and your organization wants purely depends on you but you can get a head start from here through the list.

Open source framework which I have tried to use.

 1) Open2test –

2) Framework manager from advancedqtp –

 3) Framework from Carsten Büche –

 4) Framework from Ian Fraser –

5) Framework from Anshoo Arora-

6) Framework from Manish Bansal –

I have just listed them in the order of which I remembered. Apart from these there are around 4 -5 commercial framework which I have worked on. In case you have any other framework, please leave a comment on that framework below.



One thought on “Available framework for QTP

  1. Hi, Can you please share with us what are the driving parameters for Automation Framework

    Posted by NareN | January 28, 2010, 12:41 pm

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