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If we could use QTP Essential as Data Entry to Oracle EBS?

my customer is using  the QuickTest Data Entry.

If we could use QTP Essential as Data Entry to Oracle EBS?

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Re: If we could use QTP Essential as Data Entry to Oracle EBS?

Hello,

 

You can use QTP to enter data in Oracle E-Business Suit, as long as the version is supported. You can refer to the Product Availability Matrix (PAM):

 

 

However, QTP Essentials doesn't come with the Oracle Add-in (it only comes with ActiveX, Java, VB, Web, .Net, WPF, Silverlight, Web 2.0 Toolkit). So, the only option I can think is to use Windows Standard recognition (which can be difficult since it uses coordinates and can fail depending on the Windows configuration).

 

Hope thi helps.

 

Regards,

Bryan

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Re: If we could use QTP Essential as Data Entry to Oracle EBS?

Totally agree with bvalerio,

 

QTP essential is a reduced version of the original QTP tool; Oracle is not included on it.

apart of window standard you could try Java add-in over the oracle app however this is just as another option, is not guaranty that it works,  always the right way is to use the right add-in (Oracle Add-in in this case for compete QTP version)

 

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