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RSW Launches New Version of e-Test Suite

RSW Software introduced the latest version of its e-Test suite lifecycle Web application testing solution, e-Test suite 5.0. Suite 5.0 combines a visual scripting approach with Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) as well as other standard languages. It also includes major enhancements to e-Load, including Unix-based load generation and comprehensive server-side diagnostics.

e-Test suite 5.0 includes several key features. Suite 5.0 includes extensions for embedded VBA, as well as Java, JavaScript, and C++. The VBA integration also includes a full development environment with script editor, debugger, and other features. The e-Load Unix agent allows users to utilize Unix platforms for virtual user generation. The suite includes additional data sources for monitoring performance statistics on the various tiers of the application to easily diagnose bottlenecks. e-Manager provides new test management features.

Contact RSW, (781) 993-8787, www.rswsoftware.com.

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