How to View HPE LeanFT Test Results in HPE ALM

With the release of HPE UFT/LeanFT 12.51, HPE provided the capability for HPE LeanFT tests to be executed from HPE ALM with the results stored in HPE ALM.

In previous posts, I showed how to execute tests created in both Eclipse and Visual Studio in HPE ALM. The HPE documentation on how to view the results of these tests is lacking, so this post will give you quick, step-by-step instructions on viewing the results.

Once you’ve run your tests via HPE ALM, you’ll see the Last Run Report section in the test lab may be empty. I have found that at this point, if you log off HPE ALM and log back on, you may see some results in the Last Run Report section. There may also be an LeanFT Run Report link. I have found this behavior to be inconsistent. If the test failed, this section will contain details about the failure. Clicking the LeanFT Run Report link will launch the report in Internet Explorer.ALM EOQ

Depending on your browser setup, you may have to click the Allow blocked content button on Internet Explorer. On mine, if I wait too long to click the button, it disappears. If this happens to you, just refresh the browser, and it will reappear.allowblocked

run results

If there is no result or LeanFT Run Report link in the Last Run Report section, you can log off and log back on and it should appear. Alternatively, click the test’s name link in the execution grid. This opens the Test Instance Details screen. Click the Runs tab to view each run instance of the test.test instance details

For a run instance that failed, you will see an error message in the Report tab of the screen. To see the full report, click the LeanFT Run Report link.

For a run that passed, there will be no details in the Report section. To see the report, click the Run ID link in the grid.Runs EOQ

This will launch the Run Details screen. On this screen, click the Report tab. If the run failed, you will see the failure details listed. Whether the run failed or passed there will be a LeanFT Run Report link.LeanFT Run Report

Click this link to launch the report in Internet Explorer. Again, you may have to click the Allow blocked content button for the results to load.


By Michael Deveaux

Michael has been a Technical Support Engineer with Orasi since November of 2012, focusing on supporting customers with QTP, UFT and UFT Pro (LeanFT) issues. Prior to coming on board with Orasi, Michael has over 12 years of functional testing experience utilizing WinRunner, QuickTest Professional and Unified Functional Testing.

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