Using UFT for testing web applications is something I don’t like. It is very annoying when elements are not identified; this happens when using the object repository and also when using descriptive programming. This causes many randomly failed tests and affects the reliability of the tool. Also, the speed is a problem; it is very slow and it takes a lot of time to run a test.
But UFT works very well on desktop applications and I like using it for testing desktop applications. It is stable, it does not have issues on object identification and randomly fails are very rare. I have also noticed that sometimes it runs faster on desktop than on web.
I have had to do performance testing for a POS system using Versa Test. LoadRunner and other well-known tools failed to capture the requests as this was the only option left. It is a particularly difficult tool to learn and the UI also was not very user friendly. So, didn’t quite like it
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