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It is compatible with all sorts of Dark Net applications. Its coverage is very good.The most valuable feature is the UI component tester.

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Since implementing this solution, our code management has been reduced by 40% to 60%.

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If the solution is running on Linux, there are some issues around application compatibility.As many of our products are moving from PC to mobile, the most important thing that this solution needs is mobile app support.

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TestProject needs better support for integration with other products to provide a better overall solution for test planning and test data management.

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Licensing is good but the prices for the products are expensive. A single-user license may go for something like $10,000 to $30,000. There are no additional costs, and support is included within that price.

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IBM Rational Functional Tester is an automated functional testing and regression testing tool. This software provides automated testing capabilities for functional, regression, GUI, and data-driven testing. Rational Function Tester supports a range of applications, such as web-based, .Net, Java, Siebel, SAP, terminal emulator-based applications, PowerBuilder, Ajax, Adobe Flex, Dojo Toolkit, GEF, Adobe PDF documents, zSeries, iSeries, and pSeries.

TestProject is a free end-to-end test automation platform for web, mobile, and API testing that’s supported by the #1 test automation community.

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Find out what your peers are saying about Tricentis, Worksoft, Micro Focus and others in Functional Testing Tools. Updated: July 2020.
431,670 professionals have used our research since 2012.
IBM Rational Functional Tester is ranked 22nd in Functional Testing Tools with 2 reviews while TestProject is ranked 15th in Test Automation Tools with 1 review. IBM Rational Functional Tester is rated 7.6, while TestProject is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of IBM Rational Functional Tester writes "Good coverage and compatibility with excellent stability". On the other hand, the top reviewer of TestProject writes "Codeless test creation has significantly reduced the time required for test script maintenance". IBM Rational Functional Tester is most compared with Selenium HQ, Micro Focus UFT One, HCL OneTest, SmartBear TestComplete and Katalon Studio, whereas TestProject is most compared with Katalon Studio, SmartBear TestComplete and Tricentis Tosca.

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