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Likelihood to Recommend
When we need to execute the same test in different browsers cross-browser testing), UFT is the best tool as it supports all the major browsers. In a smaller organisation budget is the key, UFT will not be wiser to use. Since in my program as well we are able to get even- after 2 years. I will recommend any open source tools like Selenium for automation where a budget is key. Selenium can integrate with just about anything to give you a robust framework such as Maven or Ant for source code compilation, Test NG to drive tests, Jenkins for continuous integration and different reports or dashboards like allure reports.
- Built in object repository and storing elements.
- Reporting dashboards.
- Continuous integration is possible with QC and Jenkins.
- Supports desktop, web and mobile product automation.
- Various formats of reporting support should be possible. Right now UFT supports exporting reports in either HTML or PDF in short or detailed format. If exporting reports could be extended to Excel, CSV, XML, XSLT, MHT formats that would be greatly appreciated.
- They should improve performance. There will be performance degradation on the test environment due to long continuous executions of automation scripts which leads to inconsistency of results, a better way to resolve this problem should be addressed at some point.
- Consistency during execution should be maintained.
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HPE are quick to reply and it's possible to get through to the actual developers shuold the case warrent it. Their online system allows updates and tracking of all incedents raised.
Return on Investment
- Good ROI in terms of moving manual test cases to automation
- Costlier tool compared to other enterprise automation tools
- Web automation is well to go with open source tools like selenium
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