Difference Between Oracle’s Openscript and HP’s QTP

The leading functional testing tools which are raising today’s market are Oracle’ Openscript and HP’s QTP. In this post I tried to make quick comparison between them.

Topic OATS-pic
What is it?
Functional regression and load testing tool.Functional regression testing tool.
SupportsCompatibility Testing and Reliability Testing.Compatibility Testing and Reliability Testing.
Transaction pointInserting transaction point is inbuilt.Can be inserted programmatically.
OS SupportSupports different operating Windows/Linux. Supports windows Operating system. No Linux support till date.
Reporting Structureinbuilt XML based reporting HTML. Reporting can be done  through  programmatically.inbuilt XML based reporting HTML reporting can be done  through  programmatically.
Application type
Standalone but has inbuilt database.Standalone but does not have  inbuilt database.
Saving structureXML and folder structureNormal file structure
Underlying technology Eclipse and java.net technology VC++,.net
Version history
Major releases
9.0 in 2010
9.1 in 2011
9.2 in 2011
9.3 in 2012
5.6 in 2002
6.5 in 2003
8.0 in 2004
8.2, 8.3 in 2005
9.0, 9.1 in 2006
9.2 in 2007
9.5 in 2008
10.00 in 2009
11.00 in 2010
Application Supports
GUI-Graphical User Interface
Oracle Forms.
Oracle Fusion Application
Adobe Flex

CUI-Command Line interface.
GUI-Graphical User Interface.
Standard Windows
Visual Basic.

Also supports by adding add ins.
SAP for Web
.NET for windows forms
.NET for Web forms
Power Builder
People soft
Small talk
Web services
TE (Terminal Emulator, It is for  Main Frame Applications)
WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation)
Silver Light (recently added, available in QTP 11.00 version only).

Licensecan be found here
Seat or Node Locked
Concurrent or Float
IDE and featureDirect-Record,play,Browser selection,recorder configuration,Checkpoints,Break point.
Integrated tools:
Create support package
Data migration tool
Database configuration
Load testing agent authentication
Reording,play Object Repository, Spying,checkpoints,output values,Step generator.
Integrated tools:
Test Bach Runner, Password encoder, Test Results deletion tool
SQL Engine for database operation
VBSripting engine
MS Script Debugger
Browser supportedMainly Internet Explorer
Currently It is also supporting Mozilla
Internet Explorer

I found these are quick difference. Let me know if you find more.

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17 thoughts on “Difference Between Oracle’s Openscript and HP’s QTP

  1. I believe you've gotten the 'Underlying Technology' backwards for these two. OpenScript uses Eclipse and java, and QTP uses VB Script and .net tech.

  2. Hi,

    Can we use the scripts developed on Internet Explorer onto the other browsers like Chrome, Firefox and Safari? Or do we have to create separate scripts per Browser?

    Can you please clarify? Thank you very much in advance.


  3. QTP is little advance in this context …It supports FF/Chrome with patch safari is not supported till 11.0 not sure 11.5.

    OATS supports IE and very few support of FF

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