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Any one managed to get free evaluation licence for JTest?

 
Alexan Kahkejian
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Hi all
Yesterday I downloaded JTest 4.5.3 (51MB) and sent an email to licence@parasoft.com requesting free evaluation licence, but now after more than 24 hours still no reply.
I want to know if someone managed to get the licence and how much time took to get a reply.
Thanks in advance
Alexan
[ July 01, 2003: Message edited by: Alexan Kahkejian ]
 
Alexan Kahkejian
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No reply?
 
Paul Ramsden
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Yes! But it did involve a number of emails to various subsidiaries across Europe before a very helpful guy from Paris finally arranged the access codes to be sent to me.
I had about 5 days free testing - which isn't very much!
Paul
 
Yogesh Mulwani
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i hope you have got the licence by now, otherwise usually parasoft provides the licence within 1-2 business days, and that also for a specific machine and for not more than 5 days.
 
Rajesh Savitri
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I also managed to get the evaluation license from parasoft only after 3 days. But this version of the JTest can be run only on individual class file and not on a jar file...
 
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