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Comparing UFT and QTP

Hello,

 

We are in QTP,

Hp asks us to migrate to UFT standard version. What are the added value to move to UFT.

What is bring up by UFT core version excluded additional modules fo which we need to pay ?

Thanks a lot for your feedback.

Rgds

Rebecca

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There are KB articles explaining this already.  The gist is that you'll have everything you do in QTP inside UFT, except the QTP WebServices add-ins which is unsupported in UFT (but you can enable it through registry).  You'll get a much better IDE in UFT and most importantly -> support.

UFT also combines ServiceTest into the same product (known as API tests in UFT).  You won't have access to API tests unless you have a full UFT license - this would be something additional you'll need to pay for if you don't already have a Service Test license.

There are numerous other features you'll get but the above is the most important for migration.

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Hello,

There are lots of new features availble in latest HPE UFT. If you have an active HP contract you can upgrade your software for free of cost. Between, are you using HP QC/ALM to manage and store your automation scripts? You need to consider the version compatbility in this case.

 

Thanks,

Hameedu

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UFT is supported on newer OS, browsers, and other technologies that are unsupported in QTP. The flip side is that some older technologies are no longer supported.

As new technologies are released, QTP will not be updated to support them. If you want to test those newer technologies, you'll need to update to UFT.

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