UFT Developer and Selenium in one test suite

Selenium VS #UFT #Developer: Speed Test, which tool is faster in execution?


Last week, I was configuring the ALM Octane test #runners for my demo environment with the usecase having 2 or more test automation tools part of the #ALM #Octane #test #suite. I started with tests of Selenium and UFT Developer and put both within one test suite of ALM Octane. I created the same tests with both of the tools and during execution i saw that UFT Developer is minimum twice as fast as Selenium.

However this post is about test runners, which you can configure in ALM Octane for the testing tool of your choice.

Trigger #automated #test runs in your #testing #framework

This integration enables #ALM #Octane to run tests in your testing framework via your #CI server.

This is useful in a number of scenarios. For example, suppose your CI server ran #automated #nightly #tests and the ALM Octane #pipeline shows that a specific test #failed. After #pushing a #fix you can run the specific test directly from ALM Octane, rather than running the full pipeline which can be time-consuming.

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