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We created project in Visual Studio 2013 with LeanFTMsTestUnit and executed the tests successfully, but we are not able to import those test in ALM. Following the instructions at [http://leanft-help.saas.hpe.com/en/14.00/HelpCenter/Content/ALMintegration/LFT-ALM_CreatePlan&test.htm][1], in ALM 12.53...
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I am trying to setup a New LeanFT framework We are currently using Postgresql,PgAdmin to store objects, Tests Is it possible to connect to Postgres through LeanFT and VisualStudio?
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I Intsalled LeanFT 12.53 and Visual Studio 2017 while installing LeanFT It did not give options for VisualStudio 2017 Plugin How install LeanFT Plugin on Visual Studio? I searched in Visual Studio Tools -->Extension and Updates but no use
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I am trying to build a test with LeanFT and I keep getting the following message in the output console: > The NUnit 3.0 driver cannot support this test assembly. Use a platform specific runner I have checked the references and they look to be correct.
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Is there a way to edit the automatically populated methods and annotations when you start a new LeanFT test in Visual Studio?
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When I run my LeanFT test in Visual Studio, it builds with no errors but nothing happens. I can't figure out what's going on. I have spent hours on this and can't resolve it.
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I've installed the HP UFT .net extensibility SDK but I can not find the template in new projects. Anybody seen this before?
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