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UFT scripts - GIT to ALM

We got UFT automation scripts uploaded into ALM. As part of the test setup, we got Test Resources (excel data sheet) and the UFT script code associated to each test case. We also have the UFT script checked into GIT for version control and colloboration purposes.

The problem - each time a developer changes the code for any of the script in GIT, another person has to sync up the code in ALM.  For administrative purposes, the roles were kept seperate. 

Question- What is a best practice to upload the code from GIT to ALM , preferably automate the process? Is there a particular structure we have to maintain in code (GIT) that would allow us to do a single upload activity ? What are you thoughts...

 

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Re: UFT scripts - GIT to ALM

Hello,

 

For the moment we do not have a best practices for that howevere you can integrate GIT with ALM using ALI. See ALI information

https://hpln.hpe.com/product/application-lifecycle-intelligence/content

 

Regards,

Sue Sevilla | SW Technical Support Consultant.

Application Lifecycle Management

Hewlett-Packard

 

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Tijuca
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Re: UFT scripts - GIT to ALM

Hello,

 

We are in the same situation, what we have decided to so far is to have on ALM/QC only a launcher that does : 
LoadAndRun "C:/Path/UFT/Scenario"
And this action is associated with the right librairies in case of need global variable.
Which permits us to have git and alm separeted and maintains only one version of code.

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