Welcome to UFT One Web Add-in Extensibility

Micro Focus UFT One Web Add-in Extensibility is an SDK (Software Development Kit) package that enables you to support testing applications that use third-party and custom Web controls that are not supported out-of-the-box by the UFT One Web Add-in.

Extensibility can also be used to enable Micro Focus Sprinter, Micro Focus's solution for efficient and effective manual testing, to learn Web objects that are not supported out-of-the-box. For more information about Sprinter, see the https://admhelp.microfocus.com/sprinter/.

About the UFT One Web Add-in Extensibility SDK

Installing Extensibility Accelerator for Functional Testing also installs the UFT One Web Add-in Extensibility SDK, which provides the following:

  • An API that enables you to extend the UFT One Web Add-in to support custom Web controls.

  • The Web Add-in Extensibility Help, which includes the following:

    • A developer guide, including a step-by-step tutorial in which you develop support for a sample custom control.

    • API References.

    • A Toolkit Configuration Schema Help.

    • The UFT One Test Object Schema Help.

  • Web Add-in Extensibility toolkit support sets that extend UFT One GUI testing support for the following Web 2.0 environments:

    • ASP.NET AJAX control toolkit

    • Google Web Toolkit

    • Yahoo User Interface

    • Dojo

  • A sample Web toolkit that includes controls named Book and UsedBooksTable (if you install Extensibility Accelerator).

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About the UFT One Web Add-in Extensibility Developer Guide

This guide includes the following sections:

This guide explains how to set up UFT One Web Add-in Extensibility and use it to extend UFT One GUI testing support for third-party and custom Web controls.

This guide assumes you are familiar with UFT One functionality, and should be used together with the following documents:

  • API References
  • Toolkit Configuration Schema Help
  • Test Object Schema Help

These documents should also be used in conjunction with the following UFT documentation:

  • Micro Focus UFT One User Guide
  • The Web section of the UFT One Help Center
  • Micro Focus UFT One Object Model Reference for GUI Testing

Note:  

The information, examples, and screen captures in this guide focus specifically on working with UFT One GUI tests. However, all toolkit support sets developed using the Web Add-in Extensibility can also be used to extend Sprinter's capabilities to support Web controls that are not supported out-of-the-box. All references to UFT One in this guide apply to both UFT One and Sprinter.

Additionally, much of the information in this guide applies equally to components.

Business components are part of Business Process Testing. For more information, see the UFT One Help Center.

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Who Should Read This Guide

This guide is intended for programmers, QA engineers, systems analysts, system designers, and technical managers who want to extend UFT One GUI testing support for Web custom controls.

To use this guide, you should be familiar with:

  • Major UFT One features and functionality

  • The UFT One Object Model

  • UFT One Web Add-in

  • Web programming (HTML and JavaScript)

  • XML (basic knowledge)

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