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QTP - What is the difference between low level recording and analog recording mode when it will be enabled?




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asked marvit August 20, 2014 10:06 AM  

What is the difference between low level recording and analog recording mode when it will be enabled?


           

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answered By Dharma   0  
Analog mode
  • Analog mode is useful for recording operations that cannot be recorded at the level of an object, for example, recording a signature.

  • In analog recording mode, the exact mouse movement and keyboard operations are important. Which means that if the application is moved to some another place in your desktop the test may fail.
  • A single statement is generated if you working in analog mode. Here it records all operations in a single file, and just calls to that file. Here we cannot edit the steps in analog mode.

Low-level recording mode

  • Low-Level recording mode enables you to record on any object in your application, whether or not QTP recognizes the specific object or the specific operation.
  • You can also use low-level recording if the exact coordinates of the object(not the mouse movements) are important for your test.
  • For each operation seperate statement will be created in Low-level recording mode.
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