Unable to configure UFT 12.01 with Quality Center 12.20.18 (Patch 1)
Question ID: 106237

i have just upgraded UFT 12.01 from 11.53. When I tried to configure UFT 12.01 and Quality Center 12.02.18 (Patch 1), it’s taking a longer time to connect and getting the below error. Please let me know if UFT 12.01 is compatible with QC 12.20.18 (Patch 1)

Error details:
SharpDevelop Version :
.NET Version : 4.0.30319.18449
OS Version : Microsoft Windows NT 6.2.9200.0
Current culture : English (United States) (en-US)
Running under WOW6432, processor architecture: x86-64
Terminal Server Session
Working Set Memory : 226040kb
GC Heap Memory : 20496kb

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—- Post-error application state information:
Installed 3rd party AddIns: [HP UFT File Dialog for UFT Only}], [HP QTP ActiveScreen Pane], [HP QTP DataTable Addin], [HP QTP UTT Based Debugger], [HP QTP FileDialog Addin], [HP QTP Property Tabs], [HP ST Shell Services], [HP SV ALM Integrations], [HP UFT Data Explorer], [UTT Configuration UI], [Debug Pad Wrapper Extension addin for UTT], [UTT Debug Basic implementation addin for UTT], [UTT File Dialog], [HP UFT File System Dialog Addin], [HP UFT ALM File Dialog Addin], [UTT Connection Addin], [HPUttIdeCommands], [UttBookmarkPad], [UttErrorListPad], [UttOutputPad], [UttTaskListPad]
Workbench.ActiveContent: HP.UFT.StartPage.StartPageViewContent

—- Recent SharpDevelop log messages:

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Asked on July 30, 2015 1:47 pm
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UFT 12.01 is NOT compatible with ALM/QC 12.2x.

Instead, you will need to install UFT 12.02 on your client machine.

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Answered on July 30, 2015 1:48 pm
Ok nevermind, sorry to bother you.
( at July 30, 2015 1:49 pm)

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