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VUGEN vs QTP

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Vugen Over QTP and vice versa .Im New to Both tools but need to know how can we choose the right tool for the right situation.
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Depends what you wanted to do with these tools, If you want to run a performance or a load test LR is the way to go, If you are intrested in testing the fucnctionality of the application, QTP is the way to go.
In monitoring world people use QTP for thick clients which LR dosent support or work great. If you use QTP only one script could be executed at a time since it uses the User Interface, where are LR can run multiple sessions of the same script or run different BPM profiles at the same time.

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Depends what you wanted to do with these tools, If you want to run a performance or a load test LR is the way to go, If you are intrested in testing the fucnctionality of the application, QTP is the way to go.
In monitoring world people use QTP for thick clients which LR dosent support or work great. If you use QTP only one script could be executed at a time since it uses the User Interface, where are LR can run multiple sessions of the same script or run different BPM profiles at the same time.

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In addition, when you are running QTP script from BAC, you need to run BPM as a process not as a service. Therefore you cannot logoff from the BPM machine while any QTP script is scheduled to run. However VUGEN scripts can run when BPM is running as a service. So you need not keep logging in into the BPM when VUGEN script is running.

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