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Best way for re-usability of Truclient actions and functions.


I want to know the best way for making reusable actions for Truclient (12.50/60).

1.  I created libraries: but could not find the option to export/import the libraries/functions to ALM
(just went through couple of threads in the forum and found out that it is not possible to save the library/functions in alm).
I saved in the local, but found that it won't work if i am opening in another remote machine's vugen/controller unless the same file is avaiable in the sam elocation .
I assume creating a shared folder among the network will be the best option, but please let me know if i can do the similar thing with hpqc-alm somehow!

2. I want to make reusable actions (not library/functions),  I do not see any option to export my actions from a script. I saw there is one option to import action(in gui and http protocol) , but i can only import from my local and not from alm.

Can you please let me know if there is another way to create reusable scripts as flexible as UFT with alm
PS: not limited to truclient but also for sap gui and http.

Best Regards


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Regarding your request, 

My best recommendation is to create a ticket with the support team, in order to get a better view of your needs, and help you from there. 

However, here you have the link for Truclient Help Center 12.60


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