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Help with converting scripts from UFT(QTP) to Selenium

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Help with converting scripts from UFT(QTP) to Selenium

Post by CBVAUTOIT on Tue Feb 18, 2014 3:39 am

I am a new customer with selenium, recently converting from using HP's Unified Functional Testing product. I am testing a .net website and I currently have about 50 test cases scripted (in what I believe is .tsp GUI test files) in VBscript. Can anyone here assist me in finding a way to convert these tests into something usable with Selenium?

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Re: Help with converting scripts from UFT(QTP) to Selenium

Post by ccox on Thu Feb 20, 2014 5:56 am

Others who have encountered this issue have kept the scripts in QTP until some maintenance is required.  At that point, they would rewrite the scripts in Selenium. This would give you a cleaner start that you might not have had in QTP. There is not a process or conversion tool to do this.

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