Document Object Model (DOM), a programming interface developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to create and modify HTML pages and XML documents.
The Document Object Model can be used with any programming or scripting languages.
The objects in the document are in a hierarchy. DOM helps QTP to access this hierarchy of a web page directly by scripting. To access the we use “. ” method for the specific web object.
TOMTest Object Model ( TOM )
There are two types of objects in ,
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If you have ever wondered about the Test Object and so the value of an object in object repository can be modified using . in and in , now you know that RO is for Run-time Object and so is used to retrieve the value of the object at run time. TO is for
QTP provides an interface called the automation object model. This model is essentially a COM interface providing a bunch of objects that can be used to automate QTP. The full object list is available in the QuickTest Professional Automation documentation
QTP AOM (Automation Object Model) can be used to automate QTP Operations. Using the objects, methods, and properties exposed by the Quick Test automation object model,we can execute s
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