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QTP and Flex Builder 3

I wasn’t immediately aware of this, but if you’re attempting to use HP’s QuickTest Professional (QTP) with your Flex 3 application and find that the QTP tool (during recording) causes this alert popup to display in your application:

“License not present. With the trial version only limited records are allowed.”

It is because you probably (like me) grabbed the four swc’s needed for automation and QTP from Flex Builder 3′s “sdks” folder (under frameworks/libs): automation.swc, automation_agent.swc, automation_dmv.swc and qtp.swc.

Normally this would work just fine, unless you have the Standard edition of Flex Builder. You’ll find if you upgrade to the Professional version, you’ll get access to the full licensed version of these swcs (rather than the trial versions included with the Standard edition) and the popup message will go away.

Flex Builder 3 Professional also includes a few other features that may or may not be worth the $699 price tag: http://www.adobe.com/products/flex/buy/

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