Monthly Archives: May 2016

LeanFT Java Tutorial Part 9 – Using LeanFT and Selenium Together !

I don’t want to debate which tool is better, of course both tools have their advantages and disadvantages. So lets use all the advantages together in a mega script which uses both technologies. For doing this, you have to:- Create

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LeanFT Java Tutorial Part 8 – Running Tests Remotely

The Eclipse IDE is heavy and may take a toll on the system memory-wise. So its advisable to have two separate kinds of machines – one for development of scripts and one for execution. The machines that we use for

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LeanFT Java Tutorial Part 7 – Using Insight Objects

Insight Object Identification has been one of my favorite features from HP since it was launched with UFT in 2012. I have been using it in a lot of my UFT scripts. In case you are not familiar with this

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LeanFT Java Tutorial Part 6 – Parameterizing Tests

Since we are working with Junit framework, we’ll have to deal with some of its limitations. One of them being that our test methods can not have parameters passed to them while being called(although there are other ways to do this

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LeanFT Java Tutorial Part 5 – Finding Child Objects

If you have worked with UFT/QTP, you must be pretty familiar with the ChildObjects method but in case you have not, this method is used to find a collection of objects that match a given set of description properties. For

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LeanFT Java Tutorial Part 4 – Application Models

In case you missed out on part 3, here you go:- LeanFT Java Tutorial Part 3 – Object Identification Center Basically there are two ways in which we can specify the properties of the objects that will be used in

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LeanFT Java Tutorial Part 3 – Object Identification Center

LeanFT’s object identification center offers features that can give UFT’s object spy a run for its money ! You can invoke it by clicking the “HAT” icon on the Eclipse toolbar. After the Spy has opened, you can click on

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