2016-10-31T01:53:00Z
it_user511317 - PeerSpot reviewer
Associate Project Manager at HCL Technologies
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Tosca Testsuite Version 10.0

Tosca Testsuite 10.0 has the ability to execute scripts that are generated from QTP.  

Does this mean Tosca Testsuite is providing an automated solution to migrate from any automation to Tosca Testsuite? 

If yes, what needs to be done in order to migrate them (approx)?

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it_user392667 - PeerSpot reviewer
Area Vice President of Sales at Tricentis
Real User
2016-12-08T13:37:43Z
Dec 8, 2016

It is possible to migrate automatically from QTP to TOSCA with a 90% hit rate.
Tricentis offers this as a Service package

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it_user437649 - PeerSpot reviewer
Product Manager SAP at Tricentis
Real User
2016-12-12T08:06:13Z
Dec 12, 2016

For more information regarding Migration, please have a look on recorded Webinar here: https://www.tricentis.com/resource-assets/making-test-case-migration-easy-with-tosca-testsuite-emea/

it_user525177 - PeerSpot reviewer
Sr Software Quality Assurance Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2016-12-08T17:09:35Z
Dec 8, 2016

1. Tosca Testsuite may execute the scripts but it may not produce functional equivalence.
2. The test scripts must be verified on Tosca unless is Tosca is validated against the other automated solutions (show equivalence).
3a. Large number of scripts: Determine which automated functionality will be used and validate Tosca to be equivalent. 3b. Small number of scripts: Verify the scripts on Tosca

it_user520182 - PeerSpot reviewer
Sales Manager at Tricentis
Real User
2016-12-08T15:51:29Z
Dec 8, 2016

With Tosca 10 Tricentis provides a utility to migrate existing automation Frameworks on Selenium or other commercial solutions onto Tosca Testsuite. Depending on Framework complexity and maturity we have seen asset re-use of up to 85%. Happy to discuss effort/scope specifics in more detail.

it_user517524 - PeerSpot reviewer
Managing Partner at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Consultant
2016-12-08T15:17:52Z
Dec 8, 2016

The initial statement is a very broad statement and it does not mean that 'ANY' automation can automatically move to Tosca. Most QTP test types are compatible but there may be instants were an automated migration may not work. In most cases, regression testing for compatibility will need to be run regardless, or at minimum validation/verification of a statistical number of scripts.

it_user83412 - PeerSpot reviewer
Vice President at Tricentis
Real User
2016-12-08T14:46:55Z
Dec 8, 2016

In addition to migrating QTP scripts, we can analyze existing keyword or data driven frameworks utilizing Selenium, QTP, UFT, etc. for migration. The process is quite simple, contact your local Tricentis account team and provide a sample of your framework. Within a few days, we can give you an assessment of what can be migrated, and the level of effort involved. There is no obligation to the assessment. If you don't know your local team, just visit https://www.tricentis.com/talk-with-sales/ and we can connect you.

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