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Will hit error when save UFT scripts into ALM

Hi all,

 

I get this error when I try to save my UFT script into ALM test plan

"GetResourceFolderByPath() returned null folder"

I cannot Save As neither.

I use UFT 11.52 on WIN7.

Thanks in advance, Johnny

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Did you create any folder under Test PLan - Subject -  ??

If yes then send me the error screenshot.

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Hi 

 

I have created folder in the ALM.

 

You can refer to the attachment of error message.

 

Thanks in advance

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When did you get this error message ? after saving your script in ALM.

Coucld you please elaborate with the steps that you followed

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Hi,

 

I'm using UFT 12.00 & ALM 12.01 and I'm getting the error mentioned in this post. Do you have any update of this?.

 

Thanks so much for your support.

Guillermo.

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Hi,

 

I am also facing same issue while trying to upload UFT scripts from local machine to ALM.

 

UFT version - v 12.01, Build 1112

ALM version - v 12.01

 

Detailed steps - 

1. Open UFT and connect to ALM

2. Open an existing UFT script from local hard drive

3. Select "Save As"

4. Select an ALM path and click on Save

Now i see the error - getresourcefolderbypath() returned null folder

 

Note: The destination folder in ALM is already present

 

I have attached a screenshot of the error message already present

 

Thanks in Advance,

Swaroop


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Not sure about this issue. Did you tried this way.

 

1. Goto ALM Test Plan module

2. Create test where you want to save and select type as QUICKTEST_TEST

3. Save the test by selecting other required fields.

4. Now from UFT, connect ALM and open this test

5. Update your scripts and save, Check-in

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The approach could work... but its not feasible to do it for the entire automation suite...


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