Use Business Process Testing in UFT One
Relevant for: business process tests and flows
What is the Business Process Testing in UFT One interface?
Business Process Testing in UFT One is performed using the native UFT One functionality - the document pane for the test structure, properties pane for details about the business process test, flow, or business component, the Toolbox pane for adding new flows or components to a test, or the Data pane to determine iterations and parameter values.
When you should use the Business Process Testing in UFT One interface
You use the entire interface when creating and structuring business process tests.
What do you want to know?
The main Business Process Testing interface is the test in the document pane. The test is displayed with the flows, business components, or business component groups included in the test.
You can display the test in a:
- Grid view: This view lists each flow, component, or group name, and other relevant details, including parameters, number of iterations, and run conditions (if they exist).
- Canvas view: This view shows the flows, components, or group names in a visual test flow.
Toggle between the Grid View and Canvas View by clicking the toggle button in the toolbar.
You have a number of options to add flows or components to your test:
- From the Toolbox pane, drag or double-click a flow or component into the grid/canvas. (Note that the folder structure presented in the Toolbox pane is the same as the folder structure in the Business Components module of ALM.)
- Record a business process test and create components as you record.
To edit a specific component, you have to add the component to the currently open solution. You can do this in one of the following ways:
- Right-click the component name in the grid view and select Go to component.
- In the toolbar, click the Add button drop-down arrow and select Existing Business Component.
In both cases, the component is added to the solution and opens a separate tab in the document pane.
After you have added the necessary components, select all the components to group and click the Group button in the toolbar.
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