What the problems with WinRunner + SilkTest ?
User Andrei Kulabukhau (email@example.com) posted:
Here is a quote from Mercury's Knowledge base (article 9855):
"How to disable SilkTest's hooks without uninstalling it so WinRunner will work correctly?
Solution: Disabling SilkTest's hooks with modifications to the registry
To disable SilkTest's hooks without renaming or uninstalling, open the registry key
The value for this key might contain a single DLL pathname or a set of DLL pathnames separated by spaces.
Delete "qaphooks.dll" from the entry and restart Windows.
This will disable SilkTest completely until you undo this change."
The question is: what are exactly the problems with WR in this case?
What works incorrectly?