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This XML test report library is available for you to modify at your will.

It is based on the IPC-2547 standard so it is easier for any other application or database to parse.

The html file report offered by LabVIEW was not sufficient for my need.

So I created those. enjoy!!!


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      This XML test report library is available for you to modify at your will.
      It is based on the IPC-2547 standard so it is easier for any other application or database to parse.
      The html file report offered by LabVIEW was not sufficient for my need.
      So I created those. enjoy!!!
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