Immediately Solve Common STDF Problems
QuickChange provides a set of commands allowing you to convert your STDF files to CSV or JMP JSL. You can also replace or alter specific data to correct data entry, configuration, tester interface limitation and similar errors that allow incorrect data into your files. These commands can be run directly or included in scripts. STDF QuickChange includes
- STDF Fixer, our STDF command line fixer that loads an stdf file, changes field values using rules you specify, and then saves the changed file. For example you can change the lotid like this: stdffixer.bat lot_id mynewlot c:\work\test.stdf
- STDF Converter is a batch STDF processor. It can read one more stdf files and generate output files in CSV and other common formats. Output files can include parametric results, bin summaries or just about anything else from STDF files.
- StdfEndChecker is another STDF processor. When called with the name of an STDF file it returns a 0 if the STDF file is finished, a 1 if it is still writing. This is an invaluable utility to make sure your batch processing scripts do not prematurely move or process an STDF file.
- ChartRunner generates graphical analyses and writes them to PDF or PNG files. It can read one more stdf files and generate all of the Spry chart formats–histograms, wafer maps, paretos, box plots, scatter plots and more.
Access Your Data Programmatically
Spry Software’s QuickChange STDF library uses the same STDF reading and writing technology as QuickEdit to allow direct access to your data from your Java program. This powerful capability allows your existing analysis tools to use your ATE data without you having to master STDF or write file format-specific code. Our libraries have been used and supported since 2005 and are more reliable and comprehensive then the open source alternatives. Try them for your next custom STDF project and see how much you time and money you save using our complete APIs and our high-quality support. Interested? Contact us for more information and examples of how we can help you stop worrying about STDF specifications and start building the tool you want, or take a look at the API documentation and code example.
Get Your STDF Project Done Quickly
Need to build a new program that works with STDF files and not sure whether to look at QuickChange or an open source tool? QuickChange has been around for 10 years for Java and C++ and works with all of STDF, unlike other tools that come and go and have been tested far less extensively. In fact, QuickChange is so efficient to use, in most cases we can write your STDF processing program or module for you in two weeks or less and save you the time it would take to learn the complexities of STDF and other APIs. Tell us what your program needs to do and we will show you how much time and money you can save using QuickChange.
Need More information?
You can contact us with technical questions, pricing questions and alternate payment mechanism questions. We know each batch process has unique setup problems, a unique runtime environment and unique output requirements, so we are happy to provide free support to help you try out STDF QuickChange.
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Interested? Try STDF QuickChange for 14 days.
STDF QuickChange user licenses are $165 per year and shared server licenses are $515 per year. They are currently supported for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux on Intel x86-compatible platforms, but will likely work for any platform with a standard Java implementation. Contact us for more information if you are interested in using QuickChange libraries to develop your own applications.
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