Enable the Functional Testing Agent Chrome extension
UFT communicates with the Functional Testing Agent Chrome Extension to test Web applications running in Google Chrome.
If you have a version of the Functional Testing Agent for Google Chrome from version 12.00 or earlier installed, you must manually remove this extension before enabling the new version.
For the most up-to-date list of supported versions of Google Chrome, see the Unified Functional Testing Product Availability Matrix.
If you have automatic Chrome updates enabled, the Agent installation depends on whether you have an internet connection.
Active internet connection
If you're connected to the internet, the Agent is automatically downloaded and installed the first time you open Chrome after installing UFT.
|Inactive internet connection||
Without an internet connection, Chrome attempts to download and install the Agent each time you open Chrome.
After downloading, Chrome prompts you to activate the Agent.
If you do not have automatic Chrome updates enabled, install the extension as follows:
|Chrome version 31 or later||Active internet connection||
Install and enable the HPE Functional Testing Agent extension in the chrome web store.
The Agent for Google Chrome is not available via search.
|Inactive internet connection||Google Chrome versions 31 and later without internet|
|Chrome version 30 or earlier||Google Chrome versions 30 and earlier|
|If you are using the most recent version of UFT||
|If you are using a previous version of UFT||
If you have a previous version of the UFT Agent for Google Chrome installed, manually remove this extension.
Open the Chrome folder included with the UFT installation, found at <UFT installation folder>\Installations\Chrome.
Select Tools > Extensions in Google Chrome.
Note: You can also access this page by opening the chrome://extensions page in Google Chrome. The Extensions page opens.
From the <UFT installation folder>\Installations\Chrome folder, drag the AgentLegacy.crx file to the chrome://extension page.
In the Confirm New Extension dialog, click Add to install the extension.
The Functional Testing Agent for Google Chrome is now displayed in the Chrome extensions list.