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Running LeanFT Tests with Jenkins

Over the past few weeks, I have been introducing Eye on Quality readers to some of the protocols for running LeanFT (UFT Pro) and UFT tests with Jenkins. (Learn more about both products at https://software.microfocus.com). Using Jenkins to execute your UFT and LeanFT tests is a great way

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Running UFT Tests in ALM from Jenkins

Using Jenkins to Run and View UFT Tests in ALM As a follow-on to our recent post about setting up Jenkins to execute tests built with Micro Focus UFT and LeanFT, this article will outline the process for running and viewing UFT tests in Micro Focus ALM.

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Using Jenkins to Execute Tests Built with Micro Focus UFT and LeanFT

Increasingly, I am seeing companies use Jenkins to execute tests for UFT and/or LeanFT, two automated testing tools from Micro Focus (formerly HPE) that can accelerate quality and release cycles compared to manual testing. This is a sensible approach, given that UFT and LeanFT, when run with

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Flight Array Iteration

Iterating through an XML response in an API test This post will show how to iterate through an XML response that has an array of items. This will use several UFT nodes that most people do not use normally. The system will use the sample Fight API

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Are You an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) User? Gain Even More Benefit with Lab Management

For users of ALM or ALM Performance Center Edition, Lab Management allows testers to perform server-side testing in ALM. It also helps them to better manage the lab resources and systems they use for functional and performance testing in ALM. In a new video available on Orasi’s

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Passing Parameters from ALM to UFT

In one of my automation engineer positions, I found that we needed to run the exact same tests in multiple different environments. Part of the process (documented here) involved passing parameters from ALM to UFT. In that article, I did not go into detail about how to

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SAP S/4 HANA FIORI: A Transformative User Experience Whose Time Has Come

When SAP unveiled SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA (S/4HANA) in 2015, the release marked a major leap forward for enterprise resource planning (ERP) tools. With this innovative computing platform, SAP made sweeping enhancements—including the incorporation of big data analytics paired with streamlined, user-friendly workflows—that dramatically accelerate

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Application Security: Designing the Process

By Dennis Hurst As a specialist in application security (AppSec), one of the concerns I frequently hear from organizational stakeholders seeking to better secure their applications is, “How do we go about it?” Increasingly, corporate decision makers recognize that they should apply AppSec best practices to their

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Lessons from the Equifax Hack: Be Careful; You May Be Living in a Glass House.

By Dennis Hurst In mid-September 2017, when Equifax announced a massive data breach had compromised nearly 150 million consumer records, criticism for the debacle was rapid and substantial. The news media and security experts immediately condemned Equifax for the breach, stating that an organization trusted by consumers

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Free up Disk space on Load Generators

LoadRunner and Performance Center environments include machines known as Load Generators, “LG” for short. Frequently we are contacted by users with issues that turn out to be related to disk space. Here are a few best practices to avoid running out of disk space on an LG.

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