You are getting help - it may not be as quick as you want, but we volunteer our time and experince here.
Since you have asked in a previous thread about the GUI map not saving, which is a common use item of the tool, I am going to say that you aren't someone that has used this tool before. WIth that said, are you really the type of person that needs to be evaluating if the tool can be used for your client when it seems you are trying to figure out how to use the tool yourself?
Not trying to talk down to your position, but it sounds like you should step up to your management and say you can't definitively do it and suggest that maybe you get the vendor to come in and do a demo for you. They are great in doing that especially when it is going to result in sales.
It is not my fault in using the tool. I was using QTP before for a year and i was placed in a client place a month ago to evaluate their product for automation.
Since i found nobody to help me at onsite i placed my query in qaforums immediately hoping that thousands working like you can give me instant reply.
Also the question i asked about GUI map not getting saved is not for the normal GUI map file, it is for configuring a unknown object with WR. Unfortunately i did not know the steps in WR to retain my changes in GUI map settings.
With regard to DevExpress the below class list is sent to Mercury support singapore for clarifications
Unfortunately i did not know the steps in WR to retain my changes in GUI map settings.
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">Do you know how to do that now? You are talking about GUI configuration changes, and those don't get saved. Instead, the configuration is set up by pasting the commands [displayed by the tool when reconfiguring] into your startup test.
We didn't say it was your fault that you were out of your depth - just that you should make that clear to your management.
And sorry, expectations of "instant" replies here are unreasonable. Nobody pays us to do this. If we (a) can help, (b) feel that the questioner has earned the help by making an independent effort and (c) have time to spare, then we'll post a response.
I'm sorry I do not have knowledge of DevExpress (which I suspect also goes for most of the people here, "thousands" notwithstanding)