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Status Delivered
Categories Functional Tester
Created by Guest
Created on Jun 18, 2021

Allow user to execute native RFT scripts in WebUI specifying a Google Chrome Profile to use

An automated script should be executable against the same parameters an end-user would experience. If users requires specific add-on's/extensions in their Google Chrome Profile, RFT/WebUI should be able to launch with those options in the profile. This feature already exists for new WebUI scripts in RFT. The idea is to extend that to RFT script playback with WebUI

Idea priority Urgent
  • Guest
    Feb 7, 2022

    This request is implemented in RFT 10.2.1.

    Now, user can specify the user profiles for Google Chrome browser on which you want to playback Functional HTML tests in UI Test preferences to playback with WebUI. If you do not set the user profile for the browsers, then the default profile is used to play back Functional HTML scripts.