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McKinney, TX (September 20, 2012) – Developing Solutions® announces a major enhancement of their graphical user interface for the dsTest® suite of products.  With dsClient™ GUI, users can now create SmartFlow/SmartEvents™ state machines using a visual, drag-n-drop wizard.  With the wizard, users can draw a state machine diagram on a canvas and dsClient GUI will build the corresponding XML configuration. State machines can be easily modified by inserting or deleting the corresponding graphical representations of states and event handlers on the canvas.  The GUIGraphical State Machine tool supports interactions between multiple protocols within a single SmartFlow or SmartEvents state machine, and the configuration is automatically validated against the dsTest schema while it is being built. An image file of the resulting state diagram can be produced for inclusion in user documentation.  Click on the image to see a representation of the drag-n-drop wizard.

Read more about this enhancement and dsClient GUI’s other features.

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 About Developing Solutions

Developing Solutions focuses on providing test solutions for core network interfaces in Policy & Charging Control (PCC), Subscriber Management, Authentication Accounting & Authorization (AAA), and Diameter Routing Agents (DRA). Developing Solutions was founded in 2002, and has extensive experience in the Telecom and Datacom industries, including both NEM and test equipment manufacturers. The company is located in the DFW Metroplex.