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It is possible to run Parallel execution in UFT

I like to know wheather UFT supports any prallel Execution or Sauce labs or any cloud execution.

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Re: It is possible to run Parallel execution in UFT

UFT (or its Runtime Engine if you have UFT 12.5x) must be installed on the system where tests are run. So, cloud execution is supported only if you can get the product installed on the cloud systems.

What exactly do you mean by parallel execution? A test can be run on multiple systems simultaneously - each system is running UFT independently and will have its own copy of the test script.  If you are talking abour running a single script in multiple threads on a single workstation, I don't think that is possible, at least for GUI tests.

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Re: It is possible to run Parallel execution in UFT

Hi there,

LeanFT 12.53 supports parallel execution for web applications. See:
http://leanft-help.saas.hpe.com/en/12.53/HelpCenter/Content/HowTo/RunLeanFT.htm#Run

For the time being, parallel execution is not supported in UFT.

Regards,
Alvaro

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