HP WinRunner

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HP WinRunner
Developer(s) HP/Mercury Interactive
Stable release 9.2 final release
Development status end-of-support
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Type test automation tools
License Proprietary
Website HP Functional Testing software web page

HP WinRunner software was an automated functional GUI testing tool that allowed a user to record and play back user interface (UI) interactions as test scripts.

As a functional test suite, it worked with HP QuickTest Professional and supported enterprise quality assurance. It captured, verified and replayed user interactions automatically, in order to identify defects and determine whether business processes worked as designed.

The software implemented a proprietary Test Script Language (TSL) that allowed customization and parameterization of user input.

HP WinRunner was originally written by Mercury Interactive.[1] Mercury Interactive was subsequently acquired by Hewlett Packard (HP) in 2006.[2] On February 15, 2008, HP Software Division announced the end of support for HP WinRunner versions 7.5, 7.6, 8.0, 8.2, 9.2—suggesting migration to HP Functional Testing software as a replacement.[3]

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