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Sprinter Support Tip: HP Sprinter 11.52 is ready for download

Hi everyone,


HP Sprinter 11.52 has just been released and can be dowloaded from the HP Live Network:


Sprinter for ALM Service Pack 11.52 contains the following enhancements:


  • Integration with UFT 11.52 - When working in Power Mode, you can save manual Sprinter tests as XML files which are compatible with HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT). In UFT you can import the XML file and convert it to an automated GUI test. For details, see
  • Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements - Performance improvements in many areas of the product, such as opening, loading, and running tests. Many support requests and bug fixes.
  • New Technologies Support - Added support for the following platforms and technologies:
    • Windows 8
    • Internet Explorer 10
    • Firefox 13-20
    • WPF 4
  • Data Injection Manual Mapping - In Data Injection, you can manually map fields in your application to columns in your data set.


An updated version of the Sprinter PAM has also been released:




HP | Unified Functional Testing Engineer

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