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Sprinter Support Tip: Does HP Sprinter Support Silverlight Technology?

Hello everyone,

 

Please find below a table of the supported version of Silverlight in Sprinter:

 

Silverlight Support:


 

Note (*): HP Sprinter patches are commutative and each patch contains the previous ones. Latest patch for Sprinter 11.0 is Patch 9.

 

Consideration and Limitation:

 

  • Sprinter 11.0 version does not support Silverlight 5.
  • If you install QTP/UFT after installing Sprinter, objects for the Silverlight Add-ins are recognized by QTP/UFT as WinObjects. Any changes to the installation of one of these products will affect the other. If you uninstall, modify, or upgrade one product, the other may fail. You will need to repair the installation of the affected product.
  • There is no support for Silverlight from version 3.6.4 and later in Mozilla Firefox.
  • Sprinter 11.0 and  11.52 do not  support windowless Silverlight applications hosted in Mozilla Firefox.
  • To work with Silverlight, your Silverlight application must be initialized with the EnableHtmlAccess property value set to 'True'. For details, see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc838264(VS.95).aspx

 

Hope this helps.

 

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Best regards,

"HP Support
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