SilkTest 2010 News

05.13.2011

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This latest version provides a localized installation, UIs and technology for the Japanese market. It also provides important currency enhancements to further underline industry leading support for automating Web 2.0 applications and other technologies. SilkTest 2010 R2 WS 2 offers the industry’s only role specific support through dedicated interfaces for business analysts, QA professionals and developers – delivering unparalleled new levels of test automation collaboration. 

By making it possible to create and run more tests in less time for less cost, SilkTest is a cornerstone of the Micro Focus approach to help you deliver better software faster and enable you to validate the quality of systems as they are changed. 

Highlights of SilkTest 2010 R2 WS 2:

• Japanese localization – SilkTest 2010 R2 WS 2 provides a localized installation, UIs and technology support in Japanese. The localized version of the SilkTest WorkBench provides an innovative visual testing approach that involves no coding. For developers and testers looking for more powerful and flexible scripting solutions the localized versions of Silk4J and Silk4Net provide integrations into the leading development environments in Java and .Net respectively.

• Firefox 4  support – SilkTest 2010 R2 W2 provides support for testing Web 2.0 applications with Firefox 4. 

• 64-bit support for .Java applications – SilkTest 2010 R2 WS 2 adds support for testing 64 bit Java applications. 

• SAP 7.2 support— SilkTest 2010 R2 WS 2 provides support for SAP 7.2 applications. 

SilkTest 2010 R2 WS 2 also introduces preliminary support for testing Web 2.0 applications with Internet Explorer 9.

More general information including a product trial of SilkTest 2010 R2 WS 2 is available here. For more technical information please refer to the online documentation at TechPubs or contact Micro Focus SupportLine. For information on how to upgrade to SilkTest please contact your account executive.

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