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QTP/UFT Support Tip: How to associate function libraries (Video)

Hello everyone,

 

We have created a new video tutorial on how to associate function libraries in QTP/UFT:

 

 

I hope this information has been of any help to all of you.

 

Thanks,

Braulio

HP | Unified Functional Testing Engineer

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Re: QTP/UFT Support Tip: How to associate function libraries (Video)

Hi Braulio,

Thanks for sharing this. I am using UFT integrated with Solution Manager 7.1.

I have created a functional library with the name Z_Global and saved it in Solution Manager and associated it to a script.

But I am not being able to associate it to another script when it is already being used by a particular script open in UFT.

It is giving the following error message:

 

 

 

Functional libraries are shared resources right?  We should be able to use it in Multiple scripts simultaneiusly.

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