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UFT support tip: What's new in UFT 12

        Unified Functional Testing expands its integration with the complete set of HP’s testing solutions and presents new features and enhancements for greater usability, productivity, and technology support:

  • New Installation: UFT now has a smaller and faster installation package that can run without the need to deactivate the User Account Control.

  • Multilanguage installation: You can now install UFT in your operating system language without the need to install a separate language pack.

  • Connect to ALM using external authentication: You can now use external authentication, such as CAC (Common Access Card), to connect to ALM in place of the standard model of each user manually entering a user name and password.

  • Optional uploading of run results to ALM: Instead of manually adding run results to your ALM project, you can instruct UFT to automatically upload them by setting an ALM site parameter.

        UFT has also expanded the list of supported technologies:

  • New support for testing Safari on a Remote Mac (Technology Preview)
  • Support for the latest versions of each of the browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome

  • New and enhanced support for additional desktop technologies: Delphi X2, Stingray 11, and Flex

  • Enhanced SAP support: Web Dynpro ABAP for Netweaver 7.31

  • New Testing Extensibility support for Visual Studio 2010 and 2012

    You can find this information in the Readme.htm file of UFT 12(document attached)       

    HP support

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