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Rashmajee
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UFT Implementation Estimates

Hi Gurus

 

We need to implement UFT (QTP) tool in our organization and I am wondering if you can help me to come up with estimation numbers for my plan. Here are some of the requirments:

 

  • Setting Required Access Permissions
  • Registry key permissions
  • Permissions required for QC
  • Setting up QTP
  • Add ins required -SAP
  • Additional Installation Prerequisites
  • Modifying DCOM Permissions Manually to Enable Remote
  • QuickTest Execution
  • Enable Windows to authenticate the remote user
  • Configure the Windows Firewall to enable port 135 for DCOM
  • Modify DCOM security properties
  • Modifying User Account Control Settings to Connect with
  • Quality Center on Windows Vista
  • Setting Up a Silent Installation
  • Prerequisite Software for QuickTest Professional and the
  • QuickTest Add-ins
  • Net Framework 2.0
  • Installing QuickTest Silently
  • Requesting a Seat License Key
  • Requesting a License Key via the HP Webware License Key
  • Installing a Seat License Key
  • Working with a Concurrent License
  • Modifying License Information
  • Setting the LSHOST or LSFORCEHOST Variable
  • Working with Commuter Licenses
  • Validating QuickTest Licenses
  • Validation Checks
  • Copying your License Validation Result to the Clipboard
  • Troubleshooting Concurrent Licensing Issues

Thanks,

 

Rashmajee

 

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DDM_Automation
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Re: UFT Implementation Estimates

Hi Rashmajee ,

 

What estimation numbers are you looking at ? WHat do you mean by that ?

 

If you have queries related to the topics listed , most of which will be answered in the installation guide.

 

I have attached the installation guide of the UFT 11.5 in the reply. Please go through the same.

 

Regards ,

 

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Rashmajee
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Re: UFT Implementation Estimates

Hi,

 

Thank you so much for the information you provided.

 

The estimation numbers I asking for are the numbers of Hrs required to install the system. This can be high level estimates...not as detailed in my post.

 

Thanks

 

Rashmajee

 

 

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DDM_Automation
Posts: 373
Registered: ‎11-23-2011
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Re: UFT Implementation Estimates

Hi Rashmajee ,

 

Lets split this into 2 parts .

Once you go through the guide and know what permissions the user requires for setting up QTP , it should take you somewhere between 20-30 minutes maximum to configure the machine inckuding the time required for system restart which is required for some changes to take effect.

Next , installing QTP with all Add-ins , either silently or via GUI ; installing prerequisites ; configuring few things post installation might need 45 minutes to 1 hour.

 

Now the 2nd part , regarding Licenses. Once all the QTP machines are setup , you will need to decide either you will use Seat license or Concurrent license. May be few machines with seat and few cocurrent.

So all these requests can be taken at once with the licensing portal and get the license key. 

 

Once you have license key , configuring licenses in less than 10 minutes job.

 

Hope this gives atleast an high level overview.

 

Regards,

 

 

 

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Re: UFT Implementation Estimates

Thank you so much... This helped a lot!
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