Release notes
QF-Test version 5.0
Main new features in version 5

Note For a detailed list of new features please see the release notes below for QF-Test versions 5.0.0.

The following major new features have been implemented for QF-Test version 5:

Description Further info
New GUI engine: Windows Testing native Windows applications
Modernized User Interface of QF-Test QF-Test looks more modern
Tests with Java 14 Applications based on Java 14 can be tested now
Test-suites with comments 'Comment' node directly in the tree of a test-suite
Edge based on Chromium Tests with the final Edge based on Chromium are now possible
File download via the 'Server HTTP request' node Attribute 'Save response to file'
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Changes that can affect test execution:

Software that is no longer supported:

Note Please see section 1.1 for a detailed list of system requirements and supported technology versions.

  • Testing of applications based on Java 6 is no longer supported.
Version 5.0.0 - February 6, 2020

New features:

  • With the new Windows engine QF-Test can now test native Windows applications.
  • Support was added for testing applications based on Java 14.
  • The new 'Comment' node can be used to improve the structure and readability of test-suites and run-logs.
  • It is now possible to download a file via the new 'Save response to file' attribute of the 'Server HTTP request' node.
  • Windows-Tests A package for Windows applications has been added to the standard library qfs.qft.
  • On Windows QF-Test is now correctly displayed at scaled high resolution displays.
  • In the manual the chapter Web testing has been revised and a section (subsection 45.1.3) describing the procedure qfs.web.ajax.installCustomWebResolver of the standard library has been added.
  • The option Show message dialog after now has a setting to show a message dialog also when a test run finishes successfully.
  • If the result dialog gets shown after a search the search dialog is now closed automatically.
  • The new procedure in the standard library qfs.qft can be used to click at an arbitrary position on the screen.
  • You can now create an electron start sequence in the quickstart wizard that automatically detects the required ChromeDriver.
  • When copying a 'Procedure call', 'Test call' or 'Dependency reference' node the name of the target node is now also copied as text to the clipboard.
  • Web The bundled GeckoDriver has been updated to version 0.26.0.
  • Web On Windows, tests with the Microsoft Edge 78 and newer are also possible in headless mode.
  • Web QF-Test supports now Opera 66 with Operadriver 79.0.3945.79.
  • The new variable engine.$(componentId) in the qftest special group makes it possible to find out to which GUI-engine a component belongs.
  • The project tree view in QF-Test uses now a natural sort order, respecting indexes and cases.
  • Data for several new mobile devices was added to the Mobile Emulation setup in the quickstart wizard.

Bugs fixed:

  • An image might have been removed from the run-log in low-memory situations.
  • Fixed a sporadic exception that could appear creating a test-suite from a run-log.
  • 'Finally' nodes inside a 'Try' now get executed even when an instant rerun gets triggered from within the 'Try' node.
  • ImageWrapper methods now log warnings whenever the method fails.
  • In very rare cases the [Ctrl] key might accidently have stayed in pressed state after finishing replay.
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