1. Boutique product development company
It is amazing what you can accomplish when you have a client-centric team to deliver outstanding products.
2. What is UFT
Boutique product development company
It is amazing what you can Engineer
Roshan Masood | Software Test accomplish when you have a client-centric team to deliver outstanding products.
3. Long ago in a galaxy far, far away, testers were computer-savvy nonprogrammers. Their job was to use the product before customers did. In
doing so, they could find the bugs, report them to the developers, and get
them fixed. This was a happy world but it couldn't last …..
We’ll be covering the following topics in this Tech
What Is UFT
What is there To Learn in UFT
Building a simple Test
Roshan Masood | STE
4. HP’s Unified Functional Testing
So WHT is UFT ?
• Basically “Unified Functional Testing” (UFT) is a license type that allows you
to integrate QuickTest Pro with Service Test.
• Unified Functional Testing (including Quick Test Professional, all add-ins,
Service Test and Service Test Management) is HP's main automated
functional testing tool.
• If you only have an “FT-Unified” license for QTP and ST, you will not be able
to use the built-in integration ability of either product.
• QTP enables functional tests to be carried out automatically. After an initial
investment of effort to record and configure a script, the script can be run
again and again to verify the functionality of an application under test.
5. HP’s Unified Functional Testing
Down to the Good Stuff
• How do I create a new test?
• How do I work with the Unified Functional Testing panes?
• How do I create a test step?
• How do I data drive the step?
• How do I connect test steps?
• How do I map data from multiple sources?
6. HP’s Unified Functional Testing
What’s WHAT ?
• Most of the panes in the Unified Functional Testing interface, are floating, dock able windows. To
show the default panes in their original positions:
select View > Reset Window Layout
The primary panes are:
• Solution Explorer pane. (left) A tree hierarchy of all tests and actions in the current solution,
with their references, flow, and events.
•Toolbox pane. (left) A collection of built-in and imported activities that can be added as test
steps. From this pane, you drag activities into the canvas.
•Canvas. (middle) The work area in which you organize the test steps.
•Data Pane. (bottom) A tree hierarchy of data sources that can be used with the test—imported
Excel and XML files or database tables, or a manually defined table.
•Output Pane. (bottom) An informational area providing information about the test run and status.
10. HP’s Unified Functional Testing
Set the input properties
• In the Properties pane, select the
Input/Checkpoints tab. Enter the
• Source string: Hello world.
• Search string: Hello
• Replacement string:
• Case-sensitive: false
11. HP’s Unified Functional Testing
View the results.
Select View > Expand All or click the Expand All toolbar button. Click the Change Text node. View the source and
replacement strings and note the result string, Goodbye world. This is in fact the expected string—the test passed.
13. HP’s Unified Functional Testing
Connecting STEPS continued …
1. Link the steps.
2. Configure the suffix
3. Run the Test
4. View the Result
14. HP’s Unified Functional Testing
Mapping data from multiple sources
1. Set the prefix.
2. Open the Select Link Source dialog box.
3. Edit the suffix.
15. HP’s Unified Functional Testing
Add another Source
Select the Available steps option and select the Change Text node in the left
pane. Select the Result node in the right pane, and click Add. The Expression
box shows both sources.