What's new in UFT Developer 15.0.1
This topic describes the new features and enhancements available in UFT Developer 15.0.1.
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Improved test result analytics
Get to the root cause of a test run failure by recording a video of your desktop to get a holistic view of what was happening.
Use the new Reporter.startScreenRecording and Reporter.stopScreenRecording methods to start and stop a recording during the test run and add the video to the report.
UFT Developer grid enhancements
When running tests using a UFT Developer grid, you can now unlock grid node during the test. You do not have to wait for the node to be unlocked automatically at the end of the test run.
Use the new DesktopEnvironment.release method in your test to unlock a node.
Java testing enhancements
UFT Developer 15.0.1 provides the following updates for Java testing:
When writing tests in Java, you can now retrieve multiple cells from a table using a single method call:
Table.getTableCellValues. Retrieve the values contained in a specific area of the Java table.
TableRow.getAllCellValues. Retrieve the values of all the cells in a specific Java table row.
For details, see the Java SDK reference.
Web testing enhancements
UFT Developer 15.0.1 provides the following updates for Web testing:
When testing the following Web objects, use the new isEnabled property to make sure the control is enabled before entering a value:
Button, Check Box, Edit Field, File Field, List Box, Numeric Field, Radio Group, Slider, Tab Strip.
A WaitUntilEnabled method is also available for your convenience.
To work with embedded Internet Explorer browser controls, you can now register your browser control from the command line:
<UFT Developer installation folder>\bin\SettingNewBrowserControlApplication.exe/register "<path\browser-host-application.exe>"
To unregister the browser control, replace
registerin the command with
Text recognition enhancements
When using the UFT Developer OCR features, enjoy improved text recognition, mostly in the hieroglyphic languages, such as Chinese, Japanese, or Korean. This is provided by a new version of the ABBYY OCR engine. Mixed-language text is identified more accurately, as well as other text strings that were previously not recorded correctly.
However, text recognition still depends on font and image quality, as well as spacing and resolution. In some cases, existing tests may not recognize certain strings as they did before.
Oracle testing enhancements
UFT Developer 15.0.1 supports testing Oracle E-Business Suite Applications launched via JNLP.
Following a UFT Developer infrastructure upgrade, Java 8 is now the minimum JRE version required when installing UFT Developer.
Trial license update
The UFT Developer trial license period has been changed to 30 days.
Extended technology support
UFT Developer continues to extend its technology, framework, and browser support.
In this version, we've added support for the following:
Android Studio 3.5
Attachmate Extra 9.3
Eclipse 2019-12, 2020-03
IBM Personal Communications (PCOMM) 13, 14
IntelliJ 2019.2.4, 2019.3.3
Caution: The first time you create an Application Model in IntelliJ 2019.3.3, you must specify the file type to associate with the *.tsrx file pattern. Select XML.
TestNG - 6.14, 7
Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine
Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo
Windws 10 1909
For more details, see Product Availability Matrix.
Additional improvements and fixes
This section describes fixed known issues and additional feature improvements in UFT Developer 15.0.1.
When running a single UFT Developer test in ALM, only the specified test runs, even if the same UFT Developer project includes additional test methods.