Difference Between Normal, Analog and LowLevel Recordings ?

Normal Recording
  • Records Object information based on test object model.
  • Records Keyboard i/p’s and Records Mouse Clicks.
  • Object Information will store in object repository.
  • It is possible to edit the scripts after recording with in QTP.
  • Recording a signature is not possible
  • Recorded steps will run correctly on all objects.
  • Support all methods for every object.
  • This is Default Recording method.
Analog Recording
  • Records Mouse Movements respect to window or screen.
  • Records Keyboard i/p’s and Records Mouse clicks.
  • It can’t record object information.
  • Not possible to edit the script after recording with in QTP.
  • Alternative mode for recording signatures.
  • When we are recording with respect to window, the window object information will stores in object repository.
  • Analog recording and low-level recording require more disk space than normal recording mode.
Lowlevel Recording
  • Records all objects as window or win objects.
  • Records Keyboard i/p’s and Records mouse clicks with co-ordinates.
  • Records object information in the form of window or winobjects.
  • It is possible to edit the scripts after recording with in QTP.
  • Recorded steps may not run correctly on all objects.
  • supports the following methods for each test object:
  • WinObject test objects: Click, DblClick, Drag, Drop, Type
  • Window test objects: Click, DblClick, Drag, Drop, Type, Activate,
  • Minimize, Restore, Maximize



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