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Upgrading from QC 9.2 to 12.01 and QTP 9/11 to UFT 12.01

Hi,

 

I have just upgraded from QC 9.2 to 12.01 and QTP 9/11 to UFT 12.01.

We have upgraded the QC projects (double upgrade going first to QC 11) and run the QTP asset updater on the projects with QTP tests in. Is there anything else we need to do to get the tests working in UFT 12?

 

In some of the asset update batches we saw issues with conversion of attachments, usually because they were missing. How do we resolve this? If we can find the attachmnets what actions do we need to take?
The missing information is from the asset upgrade text log file or command window output. The HTML file that is produced for logging does not give much information for ailure reason, it just lists the attachments and says upgrade status failed.

 

Any help appreciated as some projects have about 4000 tests.

 

Andy

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Re: Upgrading from QC 9.2 to 12.01 and QTP 9/11 to UFT 12.01

Hi Andy,

I hope you are doing fine!

 

Let me remind you regarding UFT side, the upgrade of the code is requried to be completed manually if the script contains details about a Object repository or location of the attachements in this case. Let me comment you that UFT tool has a mode to provide some help in this procedure, Update-Run mode will allow you to update the script lines that are not able to be found as required for the tool.

 

So far there is no offical documentation about the steps but this external details can be useful in order to understand the information I've commented you before:

 

http://checkpointech.com/blog/using-maintenance-run-mode-in-qtpuft/

 

http://www.h2kinfosys.com/qtp-uft/maintenance-run-mode-in-qtp/

 

I hope this can be useful

Andrés J. Brenes
HP Software Support.
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