HP Unified Functional Testing Readme

Software Version: 12.01

 

Document Release Date: July 2014

Software Release Date: July 2014

 

The most updated version of this Readme is located here (requires an HP Passport).
To check for recent updates of any other UFT documentation, or to verify that you are using the most recent edition, visit the HP Software Product Manuals site (requires an HP Passport).

This file provides the following information about UFT 12.01:

Note: If the information in this Readme conflicts with information in any other UFT documentation released at the same time, the information in this Readme takes precedence.

What's New in UFT 12.01

Unified Functional Testing 12.01 adds the following new features, product enhancements, and supported technologies:

Getting Started

Installing UFT 12.01

Before You Begin

Upgrading QuickTest or Service Test Assets for Use in UFT

For QuickTest tests or components:

For Service Test tests or components:

When Upgrading from QuickTest, Service Test, or Earlier Versions of UFT

Useful Documents

Hotfix and Patch Information

If you install a hotfix or patch over UFT 12.01, information about that patch is described in the corresponding hotfix or patch readme.

If the information in a hotfix or patch readme conflicts with information in the HP Unified Functional Testing Readme or any other UFT documentation, the information in the hotfix or patch readme takes precedence.

Minimum and Recommended System Requirements and Supported Environments

This section includes:

Minimum System Requirements. To successfully install and run UFT, your computer must meet these requirements.

Recommended System Requirements. Performance may be improved by using systems with these stronger/later setups.

For a complete list of all supported operating systems, browsers, and development environments, see the HP Unified Functional Testing Product Availability Matrix, available in the <UFT installation>\help folder, or get the latest version from the HP Support Matrix page site.

Minimum System Requirements

Computer Processor: 1.6 Ghz or higher
Operating System: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (32-bit or 64-bit)
Memory:

Minimum of 2 GB when no more than three add-ins are loaded simultaneously

Note:

  • An additional 512 MB of RAM are required when using a virtual machine.

  • Additional memory is required when loading more add-ins and when using the Save movie to results option to capture movies during run sessions.

Hard Disk Drive: 5400 RPM
Color Settings: High Color (16 bit)
Graphics Card: Graphics card with 64 MB video memory
Free Hard Disk Space:

2 GB of free disk space for application files and folders

You must also have an additional 1 GB of free disk space on the system disk (the disk on which the operating system is installed).

Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0

Recommended System Requirements

Computer Processor: 3 Ghz or higher
Operating System: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (32-bit or 64-bit)
Memory:

4 GB of RAM

Hard Disk Drive: 7200 RPM
Color Settings: High Color (16 bit)
Graphics Card: Graphics card with 64 MB video memory
Free Hard Disk Space:

20 GB of free disk space for application files and folders

You must also have an additional 1 GB of free disk space on the system disk (the disk on which the operating system is installed).

Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 9.0

Notes and Limitations

This section includes important notes and known limitations and workarounds:

Before You Install

This section includes information that is important for you to know before you install UFT, and includes the following:

Installation and Licensing

Windows 8 and Windows 2012 Server Operating Systems

Add-ins

Web Add-in

Windows Runtime Add-in

Before you can use UFT to test Windows Runtime applications, you must run (start) the UFT4WinRT service (in the Windows Task Manager in the Services tab). This requires administrator privileges.

WPF Add-in

UFT does not treat text block elements as child objects of WPF objects, such as lists, treeviews, and tables. Therefore, they will not be returned in a ChildObjects statement, nor will they be learned as test objects when you select to learn a WPF object and its children.

If you want to work with the text block elements of a WPF object, use a GetItem() or GetItemProperty() statement.

Note: The above behavior was implemented after QTP 11.00. Therefore, if you have ChildObject steps in existing tests that previously returned these text block elements, those tests may fail or produce unexpected results. In this case, update such steps as recommended above.

Web Services Add-in (Discontinued)

The Web Services Add-in that was provided with QuickTest is not included in UFT. Instead, use the UFT API testing features to test your Web Services.

If you need to work with your existing QuickTest Web Services Add-in assets in UFT, contact HP Software Support or your HP Software provider.

64-Bit Applications

Discontinued QuickTest and Service Test Commands or Features

The following commands or features, which were supported by preceding versions of QuickTest or Service Test, are not available in UFT:

Supplemental Information

Use the information in this section as a supplement to (or if relevant, an override of) the relevant information in the product documentation.

Note: Additional troubleshooting information, guidelines, and feature-specific limitations are described in the relevant locations of the installation and product documentation. Make sure you are aware of those issues when working with the relevant features.

Documentation

Localization

HP Support

You can visit the HP Software Support web site at: www.hp.com/go/hpsoftwaresupport

This web site provides contact information and details about the products, services, and support that HP Software offers.

HP Software support provides customer self-solve capabilities. It provides a fast and efficient way to access interactive technical support tools needed to manage your business. As a valued support customer, you can: search for knowledge documents of interest, submit and track progress on support cases, submit enhancement requests online, download software patches, and more.

To access the Self-solve knowledge base, visit the Self-solve knowledge search home page.

Most of the support areas require that you register as an HP Passport user and sign in. Many also require an active support contract. To find more information about support access levels, go to: Access levels.

To register for an HP Passport ID, go to: HP Passport Registration

You can also access a localized version of the Software Support web site in a number of languages by selecting the relevant language in the list on the top right of the HP Software Support web site.

 


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