To check for software updates, patches, or service packs for UFT One, visit the Software Support Site.
Working with UFT One requires a license. When you install UFT One, you select one of the following license types:
A permanent seat license that is specific to the computer on which it is installed.
Note: The trial installation of UFT One includes a 30-day demo seat license.
A network-based concurrent license that can be used by multiple UFT One users
You can change your license type at any time (as long as you are logged in with administrator permissions on your computer). For example, if you are currently working with a seat license, you can choose to connect to a concurrent license server, if one is available on your network.
For information on modifying your license information, see the UFT One Installation Guide.
Note: You can also open UFT One using a legacy license, although the functionality will be limited to the service that you are licensed to use. For example, you can open UFT One using a legacy QuickTest Professional or Service Test license and access GUI testing or API testing functionality.
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Note that you must register a user name and password to use this site.
A sample Flight Windows-based application is also provided with the UFT One installation. You can access it from:
- Start > Micro Focus > Flight API or Flight GUI
- <UFT One installation folder>/samples/Flights Application/FlightsGUI.exe (for the Flight GUI application)
- <UFT One installation folder>/samples/Flights Application/FlightsAPI.exe (for the Flight API application)
- Windows 8 and higher: C:\Program Files (x86)\Micro Focus\UFT One
Many operations are performed using the mouse.
In accordance with Section 508 of the W3C accessibility standards, UFT One also recognizes operations performed using the MouseKeys option in the Windows Accessibility Options utility.
Additionally, you can perform many operations using shortcut keys.
UFT One is Unicode compliant according to the requirements of the Unicode standard, enabling you to test applications in many international languages.
Test non-English language applications as long as the relevant Windows language support is installed on the UFT One computer.
Names and paths of tests and resources (for example, function libraries, object repositories, and recovery scenarios) are not Unicode compliant and therefore should be specified in English or in the language of the operating system.