vijaystayconnec Absent Member.
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QTP version and Plug in information for automating Sharepoint+Silverlight application


Hi everyone,

Kindly reply for this am really in need of the details 
In my current organisation we are going to automate a web portal application which was developed in Microsoft sharepoint lite, VS2010, .Net framework and the UI part is designed in Silverlight.
So basically the application is a Sharepoint + Silverlight combo.
We planned to automate the application using Quick Test Pro(QTP)
I need some clarification and input from you guys, so please reply for the question which drafted below,

1. which QTP version is feasible for the abovev mention application?
2. what kind of qtp-plugin can automate the above mentioned application ?
3. Price of the QTP 10 or QTP 11 (seat + concurrent licencee)
4. Price of the qtp-plugin which need to purchase for the above metioned application ?
Thanks in advance




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Absent Member.. Trudy Claspill Absent Member..
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Re: QTP version and Plug in information for automating Sharepoint+Silverlight application

You will probably get a more knowledgable response if you post this in the QTP forum:


Product Families Community

- Product

---- Functional and Business Process Validation

------ Functional Testing / QTP

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