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Which Testing Tools have localized versions?
This information seems difficult to find on the HP, Compuware, IBM, etc websites... I'd prefer to narrow my choices before having to speak with some overly-aggressive salesperson.
I see that the major tools all claim to be Unicode-enabled, but can anyone help me understand which of these functional testing tools have localized versions, and what languages that their UIs and Documentation have been localized into (e.g. - Japanese, Chinese, German, French, etc)?
My thanks in advance.
Re: Which Testing Tools have localized versions?
The Empirix tools (e-Tester, e-Load, e-Manager) used to be localized for the Japanese market.
Now that they are part of Oracle, I don't know if that's still true or not. But I bet a quick note to their Support/Sales group would get an answer.