Object Repository

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An object which they know is a graphic user element in an application, for example a button or a list or an edit box and special features of an object within QuickTest called object properties. QTP stores the recorded object properties in Object Repository.Repositoriesare subject to one types of local and shared.
If objects are stored in a local object repository below are obtainable for specific actions, but not all actions. But if these objects are stored in one or more shared object repositories so lots of actions or evidence to be used.In QTP 9 they can associate multiple shared object repositories and action. If multiple shared object repositories are associated with an action and then also during the recording of objects in QTP stores corresponding Local Object Repository of the condition that these objects are already stored in the corresponding associated shared object repositories. This is the value that each time they generate a new action creates a new savings plan corresponding Local Object Repository. It is also true that the object repositories are associated with actions and no matter how often they listen to or record on the same object in our application in different actions the object is stored as check object separately in each of the local object repositories . Local object repository is automatically saved when you save the check. The expansion of the local object repository is. MTR, but not obtainable as a separate file as in the case of the shared object repository.By default QTP brands and local uses Object Repository. If they generate a blank check and make a recording on it, QTP automatically creates a local object repository for the information of the review or action and stores information on any object it finds in that object repository.When they open a check version was created using a savings plan before version 9 was asking us if they convert or view it in read-only format. In any case, if the check used earlier by action Object Repository, the objects in each repository action moves to the local object repository for each action in the check.You can also manipulate some aspects of the Local Object Repository Speedy check using Object Repository automation object model. For example, they can add, remove, rename check objects in the local Object Repository. (QuickTest Automation Object Repository for the documents under Repository automation object model lets you manipulate QuickTest object repositories and their contents from outside QuickTest.)If the check historicallyin the past used a repository of shared objects, the same shared object repository associated with each of the actions in the check, and the local object repository is empty.While learning or recording can be specified Shared Object Repository for the selected action. They can specify and associate one or more shared object repositories for each action. You can also generate new Shared Object Repository and associate it with our action.As said earlier QTP not add objects directly to the associated Shared Object Repository as a record, however, adds new local objects in Object Repository (if that object does not exist in associated Shared Object Repository).If the Shared Object Repository, QTP uses existing information and not add objects to object repository, if you record operations on an object that already exists, either shared or local Object Repository.
Surely they can export local objects to Shared Object Repository.There's different ways you can move objects local Shared Object Repository Object Repository:
1) You can update the shared object repository with the local object repository:

2) Export of objects shared object repository from the local object repository: In the Object Repository window select action aimed at local to be moved. Select File-> Export Local Objects.Select the location where you need to save the file. Click Save.

if they generate a new check will be created with Local Object Repository, you can associate any new or elderly Shared Object Repository with him, and so they can update you with Local Shared Object Repository Object Repository.In Object Repository Manager open the shared object repository (of coursework open the box read-only).The evidence in this case should not be opened. In Object Repository Manager go to Tools -> Update local repository. Select the check you are Local Object Repository to use. Click update everyone. It will move all objects to the shared object repository.

3) You can also merge objects from one object repositories (known as primary and secondary education in QTP 9) in to a new single
Object Repository (Repository of target objects in QTP 9). The original files are unchanged. It also lets you merge Local Object Repository in one or more actions (s) in a shared object repository. Is recommended as a primary object repository file in which they have invested much of their work, as has the greatest number of objects.

You can also copy objects to the Local Object Repository from the shared object repository. You can copy, paste and move objects in the Object Repository and local copy, paste and move objects on Shared Object Repository and between the shared object repositories. As stated earlier, you can also copy the objects to local Shared Object Repository Object Repository to alter locally.They compare one objects repositories using the repository device objects of comparison. The device allows to identify similarities, variations or changes between the one repositories of objects.You can not delete a partnership between local action and Object Repository.

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