Post installation

Before you can start working with LeanFT, make sure to perform the required tasks described in this section.

Note: This topic is relevant for stand-alone LeanFT machines. If you are setting up a LeanFT grid configuration, see LeanFT Grid.

Install a license

Upon installation, LeanFT includes a limited-time demo license that is valid for 60 days. When this license expires, you must install a valid LeanFT license.

For more details, see LeanFT licensing.

Back to top

Post installation tasks

Review the table below and, depending on your requirements, perform the necessary tasks.

If you plan to... ...you need to How?
Test Web-based applications

Make sure the Functional Testing Agent extension is enabled in your browser.

For details, see Set up web browsers and controls.

Work in Eclipse or Spring Tool Suite with an existing LeanFT Java project

(Windows only)

Update the library structure

This task is only for Java projects that were created in Eclipse or Spring Tool Suite prior to LeanFT 12.53.

For details, see Update projects created before LeanFT 12.53.

Work with the JavaScript SDK

Install the JavaScript SDK as a Node.js module, and install your testing framework.

For details, see Setting up and working with the JavaScript SDK.

Run LeanFT tests from ALM on your computer

(Windows only)

Configuring the following DCOM settings may expose the LeanFT computer to security risks:

Set the required DCOM permissions for the Remote Agent and open the DCOM port (port 153).

Open the command line and run

<LeanFT installation>\Tools\Remote Agent\LFTDcomPermissions.exe -set

Configure the Remote Agent to allow ALM to run tests on your computer.

Open <LeanFT installation>\Tools\RemoteAgent\LFTRemoteAgent.exe.config in a text editor, and change <remoteAgent allowRun> to true.

There are additional values that must be set in LFTRemoteAgent.exe.config before you run LeanFT tests from ALM.  

For details, see Integrate LeanFT and ALM.

Back to top

See also: