The UFT Tutorial is a self-paced guide that teaches you the basics of testing your application with UFT. It will familiarize you with the process of creating and running automated GUI and API tests and analyzing the run results.
After completing the tutorial, apply the skills you learned to testing your own application.
Printer-friendly documentation is available in PDF format.
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Unified Functional Testing Tutorial. Leads you through the process of creating GUI, API, and full UFT tests of your composite applications.
UFT GUI Testing Tutorial for Web Applications PDF. Legacy tutorial specific for Web applications, using the Mercury Tours web site.
Tutorial audience and scope
This tutorial is intended for users who are new to UFT. UFT enables you to create GUI tests, API tests, business process tests, and composite tests containing GUI and API tests or calls to tests.
The file system paths in the tutorials are relevant for Windows 7 operating systems. Paths in other operating systems may differ.
Using UFT with BPT
if you are connected to an ALM server that supports BPT, UFT also enables you to create components for use in business process tests.
You can create keyword-driven, scripted, or API business components.
Although our tutorials are designed for GUI and API tests, you can apply the majority of the procedures to creating components.
For more details, see Business Process Testing and the Business Process Testing User Guide in the ALM Help Center.
Note: Unless otherwise specified, references to Application Lifecycle Management or ALM apply to all currently supported versions of ALM and Quality Center.
Some features and options may not be supported in the specific edition of ALM or Quality Center that you are using.