Open Web Client

This section describes how to start Web Client and select a language after login.

Start Web Client:

  1. Prerequisite: Make sure you enable Web Client and you have access to Web Client.

    For details, see Prerequisites for Web Client.

  2. Launch Web Client.


    Open your web browser and enter your Web Runner URL:

    http://<ALM server name>[<:port number>]/qcbin/webrunner/.

    From ALM
    1. Open your web browser and enter your ALM URL: http://<ALM server name>[<:port number>]/qcbin. The Application Lifecycle Management Options window opens.
    2. Click ALM Web Client.

    For Single-Sign-On users: You are redirected to your corporate credentials(at a URL belonging to your corporate domain) If your company set up Single-Sign-On with ALM and you already logged in to another application with your corporate credentials, you may be redirected to the ALM application without needing to log in again.

  3. Log in to Web Client.

    1. Enter your ALM user name.
    2. Enter your ALM password.

      Note: Not available for Single-Sign-On users.

    3. Click Authenticate.

      Web Client verifies your ALM user name and password and determines which domains and projects you can access.

      Note: Not available for Single-Sign-On users.

  1. Select ALM domain and project name.

    1. Select a domain and then a project.
    2. If you want Web Client to remember your user name the next time you log in, select Remember Me.

      Note: Not available for Single Sign-On users.

    3. Click Log In.

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Select a language for Web Client

When you log in to Web Client for the first time, it uses English by default. You can switch to a different language.

To switch to a different language, from the top right corner of Web Client, click the language icon and select the target language.

Your language sessions are remembered. When you log in to Web Client next time, it uses the same language as you used last time.

Note: Data saved in the database is always displayed as the same language as it is saved, regardless of the session language you select.

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