Tag Archive: HP

Jul 22 2009

HP Released Debugger Patch for QTP 10

As reported previously, HP has been working on solving many of the problems in QTP 10 Debugger; And now the long awaited patch is finally here! You can download QTP_600 from HP support site. Here’s the direct link to the download (and HP support account is required): http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM752935 Here’s the patch description: QTP_00600 – Stability …

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Jun 23 2009

Dani Vainstein at HP Software Universe 09

Dani Vainstein had attended HP Software Universe 09, and would like to thank all who stopped by to say hello.

Dani represented Solmar Knowledge Networks, along with Cortechs Inc. and OmniSys, showcasing Solmar professional courses, and OmniTest – the keyword driven automation solution for manual testers.

Mar 26 2009

A Survey

Ayal Cohen – the functional architect of QTP in HP Software R&D – would like you to spend a few minutes answering a short survey. It would allow HP to design better, more relevant versions of QTP, that will benefit us all.

We thank Ayal for his efforts to help and serve the QTP community, as well as for approaching AdvancedQTP’s worldwide community in this endeavor. In behalf of the AdvancedQTP team – Please go ahead and answer the survey.

May 07 2008

You can now open QTP 9.5 tests with QTP 9.2!

HP have released a new patch, which allows QTP 9.2 users to open QTP 9.5, thus allowing for a much smoother transition to the new version. This patch breaks the long line of poor backward compatibility by past QTP versions, and we hope that future versions of QTP will continue this newly founded tradition. You can download …

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May 02 2008

Update: HP Releases a New Delphi Add-In for QTP 9.5

HP has released (30/4) a new Add-In for QTP 9.5 – the Delphi Add-In. The new add-in supports controls and objects in the Delphi environment (obviously), and, loyal to the new extensibility trend of QTP, offers the ability to write extensibilities for new controls and objects. The add-in information sheet specifies the supported OS to …

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