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Errors after upgrade to LeanFT 14.03

Hi,

maybe just as a warning to everyone who wants to upgrade to the just released LeanFT version 14.03 as I had a lot of trouble after the upgrade from my version 14.02 to 14.03 and had to do a rollback...

- On my virtual machine with the LeanFT runtime engine installed: When executing a web test which of course contains a IBrowser object I got an exception at the line with the IBrowser object (something with mobile). I had to activate the "Mobile" addin in the LeanFT runtime settings to avoid this exception. I think I shouldn't have to activate this addin when I don't automate a mobile application?

- On my development computer with the full LeanFT installation: I couldn't activate the "Web" addin (some error message like "make sure the leanft runtime server is active"

On my virtual machine with the LeanFT runtime engine installed, when trying to execute a test via ALM: The remote agent started, but then I got an exception that the LeanFT runtime engine could not be started

I made a rollback to version 14.02 and now everything works fine again. So maybe before you upgrade make sure you are able to do a rollback...

Luckily I had the 14.02 installer still saved somewhere as I couldn't find the possibility to download an old version, the link in my download center shows just the new 14.03 versions...

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Path fixed this problem.

Thank you.

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