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On Feb 15, 2008, HP announced that the WinRunner system will be retired. No support in any form will be provided Jan 1, 2011 onwards. Numerous HP customers have made significant investments in WinRunner, developed tens of thousands of lines, and sometimes millions of lines of scripting code.
Many customers have developed extensive libraries and frameworks to facilitate the testing of their GUI-based systems. Such customers need a solution that will allow them to smoothly transition from WinRunner to the QTP platform. Manual migration or developing cross compiler based solutions has turned out to be ineffective in terms of cost and accuracy. WR2QTP does automated translation of WinRunner TSL scripts to QTP scripts with near 100% accuracy, high speed and low cost.
WR2QTP, developed by Interoperate is an advanced tool to automate migration of WinRunner test scripts to QuickTest Pro. WR2QTP uses semantic translation techniques, projects can be completed in a fraction of time with near 100% accurate results and much lower cost. WR2QTP is designed to support very rapid evolution, focusing on the most important elements of the project first. It also provides maximum flexibility in addressing potential changes identified during the migration.
WR2QTP Tool Licensing
WR2QTP tool can be licensed from Interoperate. License fee includes requisite training on using the tool. With WR2QTP installed, your test engineers can migrate your WinRunner code to QTP with ease. The WR2QTP system comes with an easy-to-use GUI-based environment for translating your code and a complete user manual.
- WR2QTP uses a logic based method to translate legacy and obsolete software to its modern version.
- With WR2QTP's semantic translation techniques, projects can be completed in a fraction of the time with very accurate results.
- Our method has succeeded in developing automated translation applications where others have failed.
- Other translation techniques have insufficient automation, resulting in excessive time and cost, inadequate quality and excessive manual effort.