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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.

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Running HPE LeanFT Tests from HPE ALM – Part Two

Tests Created in Visual Studio 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. We found the process to accomplish this in HPE documentation to be cumbersome, and

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Running HPE LeanFT Tests from HPE ALM – Part One

Tests Created in Eclipse 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. We found the process to accomplish this in HPE documentation to be cumbersome, and it

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Setting IP Spoofing with HPE LoadRunner and HPE Performance Center

IP spoofing is the solution when performance testing requires multiple virtual users to use multiple IP addresses from a single host machine (load generator) to keep the web server from blocking those virtual users. Also IP spoofing is needed when the hardware configuration under test balances load

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Developing a Functional Reporting Framework

In a recent blog, I introduced the topic of test data reporting and the value of having a robust structure to maximize its value. In that blog, we talked about the six different levels of reporting sophistication, which we have identified in our work helping customers develop

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HPE Entitlements – How to View/Activate/Rehost HPE Licenses

HPE has recently updated its licensing/entitlement portal. The portal allows HPE users to manage their software license ownership. Additionally, it is possible to view, download, activate, or rehost HPE licenses. An HPE Passport account is required to log in to the entitlement portal.  Access First-time users of

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Optimizing the User Experience: How’s That Coming Along?

Google the search term, “user experience,” and the search engine produces 237 million results. User experience is everywhere, with articles proclaiming it is the “end all and be all” of software today. As it happens, those articles are right. Most software professionals know, even if they don’t

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Are Your Teams Using Test Data and Reporting Effectively?

Despite the proven value of collecting raw data from testing activities and analyzing it to create actionable, easily digested key performance indicators (KPIs), I find that most firms still struggle with utilizing test process data and organizing it into functional reports. Only a few have been able

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Performance Assessment – Collaboration

Learn to Collaborate Communication breakdown is not unique to IT. Somehow, most IT organizations create towers. Maybe this happens to reduce the number of status meeting or to allow for a tree-shaped management chain. When leadership creates these separate teams, the intention is not to prevent the

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A VuGen Solution for Timing HTTP Redirects

When performance testing demonstrates a bottleneck in an integration that is seamless to the end user, how do you pinpoint where the problem lies? On a recent project, I was asked to test the addition of a survey hosted at a third-party site. Once the user completed

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