Unified Functional Testing Automation

Unified Functional Testing(UFT) combines Functional Testing and Service Test in a single, integrated solution. With UFT, you can conduct testing for both GUI-based applications and headless components in a single test scenario, providing automated functional testing for a transaction that spans multiple layers of an application. More »

Parameterize an Array Using DataTable

Do you know how to parameterized an array using datatable? This article will help you with the parameterizing an array using the datatable in Service Test. Click here to learn more. More »

 

What are the new features in Sprinter 11.5

Features HP Sprinter 11.50 contains the following new features: •Manual Test Authoring. A Plan mode allows the creating and editing of ALM/QC manual tests. This new functionality allows users to save time when authoring manual tests. •Scanners. Sprinter can automatically detect defects during a test run using its built-in scanners: Spelling, L10N, Web Compliance, and Broken Links. A Scanners API allows users to create custom scanners. •Exploratory Testing Enhancements. Exploratory

How to Troubleshoot Quality Center Client

Having some issues/problems in troubleshooting Quality Center(QC) client? Well, here are some of the things that could help you with your problem. Gathering information that can help to solve a problem: Get all possible information about the problematic environment. This information includes, but is not limited to: - Operating system version (including service pack version) - QC Version and Patch Level - Browser Version - Browser's Plugins - Proxy Configuration - OS privileges of user that

How to Collect All System and Issue Related Data for HP Support

Here's an easy way to collect necessary system and issue related data for HP support. This tool will help you collect data that support engineers can use to more quickly review an issue. Refer below for the information that will be collected when you use this tool: Operating System version and patch level: Browser version: Environment Variables: QTP build and patch versions: Here's the instructions on how to use this tool: 1.) Unzip/Extract the attached file to the local drive. 2.) Launch

How to Uninstall Quality Center (QC)/Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Client Components

Have you tried uninstalling Quality Center (QC)/Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) client components? Well, here's how you can uninstall the components. Refer below links for the steps: If you wan to uninstall QC 10.00 and ALM 11 client components, please use the new uninstall utility which can be downloaded here (ALMUninstaller_v1.0.15.0.zip) or follow the link article: "Uninstall Utility for Quality Center / Application Lifecycle Management Client" If you want to manually remove the QC/ALM

Uninstall Utility for Quality Center / Application Lifecycle Management Client

Now that you know how to uninstall QC/ALM manually. I think you can refer that steps/guide as a backup. Thanks to HP's uninstall utility. Now, we won't be having any issues/problems when trying to uninstall HP QC/ALM client. An uninstall utility has been developed for QC/ALM that replaces all previous uninstallation methods. To download the utility, refer to the link below. ALMUninstaller_v1.0.15.0.zip The utility will automatically detect all QC/ALM installations that currently exist on

How to Manually Uninstall HP QC/HP ALM Client Files

I know uninstalling programs from our machine/computer is not really that difficult, right? But what if, after you click the uninstall button  when you want to remove a certain installed program in your computer will not do the work for you, what will you do? Of course, you will do it manually. Manual uninstalling of programs is not easy. I myself had face a lot of issues when uninstalling a program from my computer. That's the reason why I wanted to share this article to you. To help you with the