QA Wizard Pro automates the functional and regression testing of web, Windows, and Java applications, and load testing of web applications. The following videos are provided to help new users get started with QA Wizard Pro.

Installing QA Wizard Pro

QA Wizard Pro can easily be installed in a few simple steps. This video shows you how to install QA Wizard Pro using the default installation settings, which should work for most installations.

http://youtu.be/9SG-EOvEsm4

Recording Your First Script

This short video shows you how to record your first script in QA Wizard Pro and make minor modifications to refine scripts for cleaner playback.

http://youtu.be/AEYLnCSYiNc

Enabling More Efficient Testing

Building on the “Recording Your First QA Wizard Pro Script” video, this video takes scripting a step further and shows you how to define and use custom functions, use datasheets, and add a checkpoint to your script.

http://youtu.be/6Mr7EOQ-ZIw

Creating Datasheets

Datasheets are a simple way to keep data organized for more efficient and effective script testing. Both local and external datasheets, when connected to a script in QA Wizard Pro, will automatically loop through each datasheet row. This video shows you how to create local and external datasheets.

http://youtu.be/C6yXqy3ToIw

Interested in Learning More?

Be sure to check out our QA Wizard Pro Resource Center for additional information on how to best use QA Wizard Pro.

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1 Comment to QA Wizard Pro: A New User How-To Guide

Debdatta
June 27, 2012

Hi,
I was wondering whether we can run scripts in remote computers implementing load balancing so that say script 1 is run on remote machine 1 , script 2 on remote machine 2 something like this?

Thanks in advance.
Regards,
Debdatta

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