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How to compare images inside a PDF using QTP

Hello,

 

My requirement is as Follows

i have a base line PDF file. In every new release i have to compare the PDF files contents(Text & images)  with the baselined PDF file contents.

 

I have acrobat standard V.8 installed in my machine. I am currently able to compare the text using this.

I would like to know how will i compare the images in the pdf.

 

Please reply to uttra.singh@socgen.com

 

Thanks in Advance

Uttra Singh

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You can use "Bitmap checkpoint" in QTP

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Hello,

 

There is an additional Add-in required for working with PDF's using QTP. I guess its called Adobe Flex add-in. This should help you to solve your issue.

 

 

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Maybe you can try Exam diff pro. It is a third party tool that you can install on your computer and automate it. You can use your base line and new version and compare it in this tool.
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Which version of UFT/QTP do you use.

UFT 12 has introduced a new feature call "insight" recording which can be used to read images.


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