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UFT experts: what happened to Action Split and OpenAndCheckout?

We recently moved from QTP10 to UFT12.02

 

UFT12.02 seems to be missing Action Split?

 

And more importantly the Open and Checkout function.  Now we have to Open the test (which downloads it) and then check it out (which downloads it again)

 

Any plans to put these features back into UFT?

 

Here's a screenshot of the features I'm referring to in QTP10

 

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Re: UFT experts: what happened to Action Split and OpenAndCheckout?

Hi Mark_Andrews,

 

I hope you have a nice day!

 

Regarding your question, on UFT 12.02 this options still exists but have been relocated. Please go to Resources -> Object Repository Manager. And on the Object Repository Manager window go to File -> ALM/QC Version Control, see screenshot below:

 

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Oscar Mendoza

HP Software Support.

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Re: UFT experts: what happened to Action Split and OpenAndCheckout?

Hi Oscar,

 

That's not what I'm referring to.

 

Try this:

 

1) Connect UFT to ALM

2) in UFT, go to File > Open and find a test that's checked in

 

missing feature:

How do I BOTH open and checkout the test with a single mouse click?

 

That's the missing feature that was in QTP10

 

Now I have to open the test (wait for download) then checkout as you've shown (wait for download again). It wastes time.

 

Thanks!

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Re: UFT experts: what happened to Action Split and OpenAndCheckout?

Hi Mark_Andrews

 

For this feature that you mention "Open and check out" on one single click, No, this is not implemented on current versions and there are no plans to do so because on QTP 10 integrations to QC version control mechanisms could be subject to different standards.


However we can say "yes" too because the newer versions follow more standards which allow detecting when something is check in or check out therefore if you need to edit something and the item is not check out the mechanism should ask if you want to check it ou or not.

 

Best Regards,

Oscar Mendoza

HP Software Support.

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Oscar Mendoza| SW Technical Support Consultant.
Functional Testing
Hewlett-Packard (SSO Portal)


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