Qualibrate Valuable Features
What Qualibrate makes very easy to do is to record a process flow. Within five minutes you have a clear document produced by Qualibrate. Instead of using Word, and copying and pasting pictures into it from printscreens, within five minutes what you have was easy to make and it's easy for users to use.View full review »
The most valuable feature is that it's user-friendly. It is really easy to use and if you have your adapter downloaded, you can remotely explain to your key users, the testers, how to use it.
We have all of the biggest parts centralized, which means that we can run all of the scripts at the moment we bring changes into the UFT environment. They can easily be run in the background.
You have the ability to reduce all of the recorded transactions so that you can build your own consolidated end-to-end process. If something in the end-to-end process changes then it is very simple to insert a new part into it.
We have just finished all of the scripts for SuccessFactors, which is an HR application. Every quarter, you have a new release, and we are dealing with scrambled data that needs to be reduced. Using Qualibrate makes it easy.View full review »
The widget's ease of use is the most valuable, which means it allows you or business people to record the automated test scripts. In most cases, it is really good because it is the business people who actually know how the system is being used. The simplicity of the design is valuable, where you can record your transactions, then create your automated scripts. You can automate it at the same time, and the automation features are cool.
It definitely has a low-code approach that has enabled users to get onboard quickly and use it in their daily test creation, running, and maintenance. If we change things in SAP, we still do the Unix test. Once that is signed off, we say, "Okay, it does what it should do, and we record it in Qualibrate." Then, we use it for end-to-end testing, so it becomes part of the regression test set.View full review »