03-22-2013 01:10 AM
I haven´t actually seen one as in the file itself but it is a server´s name you have to enter.
Now when you have a QTP 11.00 license it will be good for UFT 11.50.
Therefore there isn´t one certain form that the license must have (per version).
Of course the HP guys will know better.
Ps. Why do you ask by the way?
03-22-2013 09:07 AM
UFT and QTP is the same. I have seen instances in both marketing material and within license management where they are overlapped. FYI - You can use a QTP 9.2 license server to run UFT. I am currently doing this.
I hope this helps.
John Scarpino, D.Sc.
03-22-2013 09:12 AM
Thank you CSM2 and John for your insight!
I am asking this question because we have a Service Test 11.2 license, and a QTP 11.0 license, both seat. We purchased 2 new seat licenses for UFT 11.5 (still waiting...) and I am just wondering what we will receive. In the past they were 2 stand alone licenses, but now with the bundle...I am not sure what we will get. I will know soon!
Thanks again, for your help!
03-25-2013 03:43 AM
HP Unified Functional Testing includes HP Functional Testing (QTP) , HP Service Test + an integration between the two that enables multi-layer testing.
UFT is cheaper than buying the FT and ST products separately. Technically speaking you can combine and run both GUI & headless testing scripts from a single IDE.
It's worth to read Heathor Heather Taylor's blog:
03-25-2013 05:13 AM
The difference is in the License codes that you get.
Not sure how it works for seat licences but we have a Concurrent License server and on the startup screen you have an option to select either QTP or UFT - so it is possible to have a mixture of both.
For seat I guess the startup screen will show UFT - as only one licenses will be installed
Also when you run the utility WlmAdmin you can see what types of licenses you have
Hope this helps