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How to Execute UFT API Test on remote machine

Hi,

I have some UFT API Tests which called by GUI Test. And GUI test is stored in one of the local drive on my machine. Now I want to execute this GUI Test on Remote machine. How can I achieve this?

Any suggestion would be appreciated.

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Re: How to Execute UFT API Test on remote machine

First off, you will have to install the UFT product on the remote machine where you want the test to run.

You will also have to copy the test script and assets to the remote machine.

Then you can run the test on that remote machine.

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Re: How to Execute UFT API Test on remote machine

Are you using RunAPITest statement to call the API test from your GUI Test ?

If yes, then you need to ensure that UFT is installed in remote system first. Then copy the folders containing GUI and API tests to remote machine as well.

Then go to remote machine, open the GUI test, delete the RunAPITest statement and then re-insert it using right click > insert call to API action option.

After this you can run your tests from remote machine. So basically when you are calling RunAPItest and the location of the API test changes, then you need to reinsert that call.


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