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UFT support for Flex JDK 3.5

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Does UFT 11.5 support Flex JDK 3.5? If not what option do we have?

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Re: UFT support for Flex JDK 3.5

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Hello Jane,

 

How are you? I hope you are fine 🙂

 

Like Braulio wrote, other versions are not QA'ed for the use with the new Flex AddIn for UFT. From the AddIns Guide page 235: "Tested applications must be built with Adobe Flex SDK version 4.5.x." All other versions are not only not tested, but also are likely to generate problems already during recompiling with the necessary agent.

 

Please be aware, that the Flex 3.x versions were released between 2008 and 2010 and were superseded by Flex 4.x which first appeared in March 2010 (source Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adobe_Flex#Adobe_Flex_3). A new version usually means, that there have been major changes internally, that may make them incompatible with older versions (e.g., obsolete functionalities have been removed, behavior of objects has been changed significantly, etc.).

 

Therefore, I would suggest you create a case for an Enhancement Request with support at http://support.openview.hp.com

 

Best regards,

Tino Pacholski

Functional Testing Support Engineer

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Re: UFT support for Flex JDK 3.5

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Hello,

 

Thanks for posting your question in this forum. The UFT 11.5 Flex add-in supports Flex version 4.5.x.

For this information please refer to the UFT 11.5 PAM, page 13: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00363258

 

Unfortunately, as there is no information regarding version 3.5, it is more likely to say it may not have been QAd for the UFT Flex add-in.  In case you face any issues testing against such Flex version, you may open a ticket with our support team for further investigation.

 

Thanks,

Braulio

HP | Unified Functional Testing Engineer

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Re: UFT support for Flex JDK 3.5

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Hello Jane,

 

How are you? I hope you are fine 🙂

 

Like Braulio wrote, other versions are not QA'ed for the use with the new Flex AddIn for UFT. From the AddIns Guide page 235: "Tested applications must be built with Adobe Flex SDK version 4.5.x." All other versions are not only not tested, but also are likely to generate problems already during recompiling with the necessary agent.

 

Please be aware, that the Flex 3.x versions were released between 2008 and 2010 and were superseded by Flex 4.x which first appeared in March 2010 (source Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adobe_Flex#Adobe_Flex_3). A new version usually means, that there have been major changes internally, that may make them incompatible with older versions (e.g., obsolete functionalities have been removed, behavior of objects has been changed significantly, etc.).

 

Therefore, I would suggest you create a case for an Enhancement Request with support at http://support.openview.hp.com

 

Best regards,

Tino Pacholski

Functional Testing Support Engineer

[If this post solves or helps solve your issue, mark the thread as solved and give KUDOS to the author for their assistance.]
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Re: UFT support for Flex JDK 3.5

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thank you so much
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