Though only the normal recording mode gets used most of the times, it is important to know the others too, as the knowledge about the same can come handy when the need arises for them.
Normal Recording mode- The default recording method is always the normal mode. In all our previous articles when we say record we meant the normal mode. So, as we know this method uses the model of Test Objects and Runtime objects to learn and act on the AUT.
Analog recording mode- records the exact mouse and key strokes that the user performs in relation to either the screen or AUT window. The steps that are recorded using this method cannot be edited.
The way this usually gets represented in a code is:
One scenario in which this type of recording can be used is when we are trying to capture a signature.
Low Level recording mode- This mode records the co-ordinates in the application where the operation is performed, irrespective of whether QTP recognizes the specific Object or Operation.