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Does it cost a license when I take a view of QTP test script from QC

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Does it cost a license when I take a view of QTP test script from QC

Hi,

 

Does it cost a license when I take a view of QTP test script from QC?

 

Since we are using concurrent licenses here,  we need to count how many licenses have been used at a time. 

 

If I don't launch QTP, but use ALM to view the QTP script, does this cost a license?

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Re: Does it cost a license when I take a view of QTP test script from QC

Which license are you asking about, ALM or QTP?

Using the ALM UI for anything consumes an ALM license.

Using the QTP application for anything consumes a QTP license.

Using the QTP application to look at/work with QTP resources stored in ALM consumes a QTP license, but not an ALM license.

Using the ALM UI to look at a QTP script consumes an ALM license, but not a QTP license.
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Re: Does it cost a license when I take a view of QTP test script from QC

Talking about QTP license; "Using the ALM UI to look at a QTP script consumes an ALM license, but not a QTP license."

Thanks for that.

But if so, why I cannot see the script from ALM when I don't have a licensed QTP on my machine.
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Re: Does it cost a license when I take a view of QTP test script from QC

I believe you have to have at least the QTP Add-in for ALM installed on the system where you want to view the QTP test scripts through the ALM UI.
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