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All UFT instances getting closed on execution from ALM in windows server 2008

My system configuration is: Windows server 2008, UFT 11.53, ALM 11.51 with concurrent UFT licenses. A number of users login to this sytem remotely and develop scripts. The problem we are having recently is that whenever someone tries to execute their script from ALM, the UFT instance of each user currently logged into the system is closed.

Is there a QTP setting which can help here? Somthing that can prevent ALM to restart UFT on execution? Or do we have to reduce user privileges in order to restrict access to other user's processes?

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pavanpy Absent Member.
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Re: All UFT instances getting closed on execution from ALM in windows server 2008

When you run scripts through ALM, internally Remote Agent gets initialized. It can be found in the taskbar right corner where volume controls, connectivity are displayed. Right click on Remote Agent icon and select settings option.

 

This opens Remote agent settings window which contains options that you can update.

 

Under Test Handling section, there is an option to Keep UFT open after a test lab run session ends. Check it and select OK. Your issue should be resolved.

 

+pavan

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Absent Member.. Lavneesh Absent Member..
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Re: All UFT instances getting closed on execution from ALM in windows server 2008

I see that the option is already checked. Actually the ALM is closing all existing UFT process at the start of execution, this setting should help to keep UFT alive post completion of execution.

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AnkurJain Frequent Contributor.
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Re: All UFT instances getting closed on execution from ALM in windows server 2008

I am sure it shouldn't be there but just in case check if there is some sort of an initialization script which is erroneaously closing all UFT instances at the start.

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