Dear QF-Test users and interested parties,

Topics of this edition of our newsletter:

1. QF-Test Version 5.0.3 Released
2. Free Special Webinar on July 06, 2020 about Scripting in QF-Test
3. New YouTube Videos, Blog Articles and Case Study
4. QF-Test Training Dates
5. Release Notes about QF-Test 5.0.3

Stay healthy!

Your QFS Team

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1. QF-Test Version 5.0.3 Released

This maintenance update adds support for Eclipse / SWT 4.16 alias "2020-06" and fixes a number of bugs.

Download link for QF-Test 5.0.3

The detailed list of differences between QF-Test version 5.0.2 to 5.0.3 can be found in the Release Notes in section 5 of this newsletter or online.

2. Free Special Webinar on July 06, 2020 about Scripting in QF-Test

We continue our popular Special Webinars. The webinar is free of charge but seats are limited.

Monday, July 06, 2020
(German version in the morning)
14.30 - approx. 15.30 CEST: Travelling to Treasure Island - recover the hidden treasures in QF-Test via scripting: extending functionality via Jython, Groovy and JavaScript

Reserve your seat via or +49 8171 38648-10. At the end of the session you will have the possibility to ask questions.

4. QF-Test Training Dates in 2020

We recommend to participate in our face-to-face QF-Test compact courses in small groups. The next training will take place online due to Corona restrictions.

June 29 until July 02, 2020 (Due to Corona)OnlineEnglish
September 29 until October 01, 2020LeipzigGerman
November 10-12, 2020WolfratshausenGerman

And of course you can always book training or consulting individually for you and your company at your site.

To save travel time and expenses we offer all our trainings via webinar too.

5. Release Notes for QF-Test 5.0.3

New Features

  • QF-Test now supports tests for applications based on Eclipse/SWT 4.16 alias "2020-06".
  • The included jsch.jar library used by the qfs.utils.ssh package in the standard library qfs.qft has been updated to version 0.1.55 in order to add support for modern Linux systems like Ubuntu 20.

Bugs Fixed

  • The included WebP image compression library was rolled back to version 1.0.0 to avoid incompatibilities.
  • Component recognition might have failed when web components had non-integer sizes.
  • In rare cases calling rc.callProcedure inside the parameters of a 'Procedure call' node could lead to the global variables in the variable stack getting lost.
  • The special syntax ${qftest:engine.} that can be used to determine the engine of a component now also works if contains a '@', '%' or '&' character.
  • Selecting a single value in a run-log's error list and using "Set value as filter" twice caused an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException.