This QTP script will help you to test the web-based object whether it’s in visible or invisible mode.
If you have an automation test scenario that need to run in the Windows command prompt, here has provided a sample of code to help you.
The launch sequence of the QTP and application may cause the object recorded appear differently with the one you had been done previously.
To minimize the QTP main page while the script is running.
If the Microsoft .Net Framework 4 installed after the QTP 11 then you may encounter some problem when executing the test scripts. I have shared my experience in this blogs of how to get this problem resolved.
If you are facing problem of executing the automation testing for IE9 with QTP 11, then you may need to add this patch file in order to run the scripts successfully.
After trying for so many solution and finally I found that actually QTP10 is not workable in IE7 and IE8, therefore some of the objects appear on the popup window are not able to record in QTP. However, you can record the objects in IE6.