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I've been working with UFT for a few months now, and one thing that keeps coming up is having to convert a string to a date, then use that date later in the test. I've tried solutions I've found online, and I've got a method which can handle most date formats. However, I was wondering if you were aw...
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I have a SOAPUI Rest project and used SoapUI2APITest.exe to convert it to a UFT API Test. Results appears the conversion worked but the log shows no tests. Does anybody know why? ![alt text][1] 2018-02-13 17:33:00,304 - INFO - Start conversion 2018-02-13 17:33:00,304 - INFO - Start deserialization 2...
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When converting a manual test to a quick test the following error is given: Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation This does not happen on all tests only some.
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Can a manual test be converted to a service test?
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When converting a manual test to a UFT test the parameters in the test plan design steps disappear after modifying the test in UFT.
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. I have UFT now what do I need to get LeanFT?
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My company has been using Selenium for a while and we have several tests and libraries which I do not have time to convert to LeanFT.
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What is LeanFT and why should I use it instead of Selenium?
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We are currently on QC/ALM v11, with HPUX server and Oracle database. We see that Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 database are supported/recommended for v12.2. Since we will need to get off of HPUX anyway, we plan to use Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 for our new AC/ALM12.20 load. ...
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