Configure HLLAPI Properties Page

This wizard page enables you to specify whether your terminal emulator supports HLLAPI.

Wizard map

Terminal Emulator Configuration Wizard Welcome Page > Specify Wizard Operation Page > Emulator Setup Page > Configure HLLAPI Properties Page > HLLAPI Configuration Test Page > Configure Emulator Classes Page > Configure Emulator Screen Settings Page> Completing the Terminal Emulator Configuration Wizard Page

See also

For details on copying an existing configuration, see Copy existing terminal emulator configurations.

User interface elements are described below:

UI Elements


Emulator supports HLLAPI

If your emulator supports HLLAPI, select this option and supply the information described in the table below**. If you are not sure what values to enter, consult your terminal emulator documentation or contact the vendor for your terminal emulator.

HLLAPI dll path

The HLLAPI dynamic-link library file specified for the selected emulator that UFT One uses to connect to the emulator and to retrieve data concerning its current status. This file usually resides in the terminal emulator installation folder. You can click the browse button to search for the path.

HLLAPI function name

The HLLAPI DLL for the selected emulator uses this function as the entry point for all HLLAPI calls.

HLLAPI format

The format by which UFT One attempts to identify your emulator screen. If you are working with VT protocols, select the Text-only option. Otherwise, we recommend selecting Auto-detect.

If, in the next screen, UFT One is unable to capture the text from your terminal emulator, you may need to return to this screen and change this selection to Classic, Extended, or Text-only. You should also confirm the accuracy of the properties you entered in the screen.

Emulator does not support HLLAPI

Select this option if your emulator does not support HLLAPI.

**The table below lists the DLL and function names used by the supported terminal emulators.

Emulator Name

DLL Name

HLLAPI Function Name

Micro Focus Extra!



OpenText InfoConnect



OpenText HostExplorer



IBM Personal Communications (PCOM) and IBM WebSphere Host On-Demand



Micro Focus Rumba or Rumba+ Desktop and Micro Focus Web-to-Host




Not applicable

Not applicable

Seagull BlueZone



OpenText Reflection Desktop



Zephyr (PC/Web to Host)



HP TeemTalk Not applicable Not applicable