Micro Focus UFT One

Use the Micro Focus UFT One bundled plugin to run UFT One system-based tests.

Configuration

When you add the Micro Focus UFT One plugin step to a chain, specify the following configuration details:

Field Description
Title Enter a name for this plugin step.
Tests

Specify the list of file-based tests to run. Enter the relative path to each file-based test or an .mtb or .mtbx test batch file on a separate line, for example:

GUITest1
GUITest2

Leave empty to use files in your workspace directory.

Results directory

Enter the relative path to the directory in which to save the test results.

Leave empty to save the test results in your workspace directory.

Time out

(Optional) Set a timeout after which the step will fail, in seconds. Default: 600 seconds.

Leave empty to run the step indefinitely.

Advanced settings

(Optional) Select Advanced settings and specify the following options:

  • Run mode. Select the mode for running your tests, Normal (default) or Fast. For details, see the UFT One help.

  • On failure. Specify the actions to perform if any tests fail. By default, if a test fails, PulseUno will rerun all the tests on a primary machine. Optionally, you can run a cleanup test before the rerun. For details, see the UFT One help.

Attach test reports for tests that (Optional) Specify in what cases to attach the test reports. By default, the test reports are attached for tests that have errors or fail.
Control options

(Optional) Expand Control options and define the following settings:

  • Enable step. Leave this option selected to enable the step to run. Clearing this option deactivates the step.

  • Fail the step. Specify the conditions for failing the step, such as findings criteria and/or log entries.

  • Mark step as unstable. Specify the conditions for making the step unstable, such as findings criteria and/or log entries.

Output variables (Optional) Enter the variables to be passed to other steps down the chain. For details, see Publish output variables to chain steps.

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