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UFT 11.51 Support Tip: UFT 11.51 Patch 1 released.

Hello all,

How are you? I hope you are fine :)

A few days ago the Patch 1 for UFT 11.51 was released. This Patch has the following 2 parts:

1. UFT_00037 - Unified Functional Testing 11.51, Patch 1

The patch contains updates for the following features:

- Adds support for Firefox, version 19 (and 20)

This patch includes fixes for the following issues:

- Unable to enter the code "Exit Property" in function library
- Recognition issue for OracleTextField and OracleTable
- LoadAndRunAction can't locate test on computer that never opened ALM
- Exception when opening test in UFT (created by QTP 11)
- Object Spy not working on embedded Java application inside Oracle Application
- Relative path of function libraries created with UFT 11.50 are duplicated in test settings
- Default capture level not working correctly
- Flash player raises error if UFT automation libraries are installed
- SwfToolbar.Select method not replaying correctly in UFT


Link: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00400949 - UFT 11.51 Patch 1
2. UFT_00033 - HP Unified Functional Testing Add-in for ALM  11.51, Patch 1


This patch assures identical copy of files that are mutual to both products


Link: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00400948 - UFT Add-in 11.51 Patch 1 for ALM


Please note the following requirements:

- UFT 11.50 SP1 has to be installed (displayed version: UFT 11.51)
- Ensure that you have administrative permissions on the UFT computer

The second patch is effectively only necessary, if you are working with ALM.


Best regards,

Tino Pacholski

Functional Testing Support Engineer

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