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Executing Scripts from RQM HP UFT Integration

Shine Shines (3058) | asked Apr 28 '17, 12:58 a.m.

 Hi All,

One of my teams when executing a test suite from Rational QM with HP UFT integration (test script type HP QTP 11.x) the HP UFT opens and closes with each test case. That slows down the execution so that it is not possible to achieve good execution times with larger number of test cases. Is it possible to have a session-based execution so that the HP UFT does not have to close and reopen with each test case? 

Thanks in Advance.

Shine Shines commented May 01 '17, 11:24 p.m.

 Hi All,

Any one has any thoughts or faced this kind of situation, it would be great to share their thoughts.


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abhishek gour (3812) | answered May 04 '17, 3:19 a.m.

The execution of RQM Test Suite are designed the way that Test Case provide a logical boundary to a single execution of related group of test script steps. 

This is the same case for any type of test script execution ( Manual Steps, or any other third party connected via Adapters ). 

However, we have provided another Test Suite execution option - that is "Single Test Script Execution" which is directly executed via Test Suite. So in your case, you may choose to include all the test script steps from all of your test cases in to a single script and associate that script with Test Suite. But there are two challenges with this approach - 
1. All the scripts would run as part of single test suite execution. So you may need a way to define grouping of test scripts results to have them associated with appropriate test case boundary to make correct sense out of those results. 
2. For this we may need to have some additional changes done for HP QTP adapter to support this functionality. This is not currently available for this adapter. 

I hope this resolves your questions. 


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