How to Upload UFT tests to StormRunner Functional

Upload a Web or Mobile test from UFT to SRF to use it in modular automation tests in the cloud.

Upload tests from UFT

If you already have the test opened in UFT, or the test is conveniently accessible from UFT, use the SRFbutton in the UFT toolbar to upload your test.

1. Verify that you have a valid connection to the SRF lab.

Connect to SRF

2. In the UFT toolbar, click the Upload to StormRunner Functional button arrow.

Select one of the following:

Upload From File System Drag and drop the test in the upload box, or browse to the test you want to upload.
Upload Active Test Select to upload the test that’s currently active in UFT.

3. Optionally, enter a new name for your test in SRF.

4. Select your test type:

o Select Mobile only if you are testing mobile apps on mobile devices.

o Select Web if you are testing browsers, whether they are mobile or desktop browsers.

Note: Cross browser testing defined by browser parameters in UFT is ignored by SRF.

Define your testing environment in SRF before running your test.

5. Click Upload. Your test is zipped, together with any relevant external resources, and uploaded to SRF.

When the upload is complete, UFT displays a link to the test in SRF. Your test remains open in UFT.

Data tables in uploaded tests

Content in data tables in uploaded UFT tests ignored, although the rows are kept, and use values defined in SRF.

For example, if your data table includes rows for Chrome and Android, the values in the data table are ignored, but the test is run in two iterations for the environments defined in SRF.

Upload tests from SRF

Upload UFT tests from within SRF from the SCRIPTS page.

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