Yuva - this tool has been discussed here before and there may be some information for it from people that used it - I seem to recall some of the comments were not good. I think it was about a year ago if that help.
I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work" --Thomas Edison
Due to a fact that WR doesn't support Vista I'm looking quite hard for a tool for WinRunner (WR) to Quick Test Pro (QTP) convertion but there seems to be only half-manual way of doing that.
Speaking to our HP Account Manager about that he suggested two companies which thay have partnership with regarding script migration Gallop (WinQuick) and Testhouse.
From what I understand about WinQuick it seems to be more "manual" approach. I consider that an option but would rather go for a more automatic solution.
I couldn't find any useful information on the Testhouse website so I gave them a call.
I'm not technical person but from what I understand thay have some kind of a TSL tool/parser which translates the WR script code into VBScript in a full automatic way. GUI maps are more tricky and reguire more manual interaction but still thay claim at least 50% is done automatically.
What do you think about that. Does it seems possible what thay are claming ? It looks too good for me.
WinQick is an automated way to convert (not manual). This is a service give by HP through Gallop Tech that relies on the fact that coverting scripts using WinQuick reduces the manual work to about 5% manual work which allows to price the service appropriately.
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