An invalid link on the topic “How to Enable the UFT Agent for Google Chrome” in “HP Unified Functional Testi ng Add-ins Guide”

In “HP Unified Functional Testing Add-ins Guide”, there is a invalid link on the topic “How to Enable the UFT Agent for Google Chrome”.
In UFT12.01 release, the document on the topic “How to Enable the UFT Agent for Google Chrome” include one incorrect link.

The error can be found in “HP Unified Functional Testing Add-ins Guide” -> “Part 18 Web Add-in” -> “Chapter 33 Web Add-in” – Testing and Configuration” -> “Tasks” -> “How to Enable the HP Unified Functional Testing Agent Chrome Extension” (on Page 534 of “HP Unified Functional Testing Add-ins Guide.pdf”, English version.) The document can be found under \help

On this page, the link for manually install and enable the extension in web store is: , which is incorrect

The correct link should be:

Can CAPTCHA objects be automated using QTP/UFT

The user’s application has a CAPTCHA object that he needs to have a script replay against. Is there a way to capture the text that needs to be entered?
Note: CAPTCHA objects are the controls that display random text characters that the user needs to read and enter to move forward in an application. For more information on CAPTCHA objects, refer to

CAPTCHA objects are designed to prevent automation, by ensuring that a human is interacting with the application, not a computer. These controls are designed to prevent automation. With this in mind, QuickTest Professional (QTP) / Unified Functional Testing (UFT) does not have a method to capture the text from the object. You will most likely need to test that portion of the application manually. Here are a couple suggestions you can consider:

1. If possible, limit the CAPTCHA control (during the testing phase) to only a few words/letter combinations. Then use QTP/UFT to cycle through these defined words/combinations. Again, this limitation on the control would only need to be done in the testing phase.

2. If possible, ask your developers to add a method which will capture the characters used in the CAPTCHA control at runtime. Then, have QTP/UFT call that method, retrieve the text, and enter it into the field as needed. Once again, this method would only need to be in place while the testing the application.

3. If possible, ask your developers to add a flag that will allow you to bypass the control during the testing phase.

4. Depending on the settings used within the CAPTCHA control, you may be able to use another application (for example, OCR software) to read the text from the image and return that text to QTP/UFT. Once QTP/UFT has the text, it can be entered into the field.