The tool has a built in scheduler (time only) but it is not recurring... I am not sure but I thought the whole test manager part of the Silk tools used to have a schedular associated with it (I have never used it) so you may look there... You may also try the Microfocus support page....
But in the end doesn't it all come down to BEER? Beer is the ultimate answer to all questions in the universe so yes the answer to your question is BEER.
Search the help file for "Starting SilkPerformer from the Command Line". I quite often create batch files and schedule them in the Windows scheduler using this method.
The key to remember here is you want to ensure the last test you started has the right name you want for all the results folders and "Automatically generate unique subdirectory" is checked. Otherwise if you run more than one test the results will overwrite the previous tests.
Thanks for the answer but when iam trying to open a particular script i was unable to open.
Ex:My Project bdf file script is in Project-test
so i gave
then project is opening with the silkperformer but not the particular script so when i wanted to open a particular script which is my bdf file iam unable to open .Can any one please help me in this.
you need to create a workload and call that workload from the command line. Here's an example of how I do it.
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D:\Progra~1\Silk\SilkPe~1\performer.exe "D:\Progra~1\Silk\SilkPe~1\Working\Projects\Planni ~1\projectname.ltp" /Automation 30 /WL:workloadname_1
CHOICE /C YNC /D Y /T:900
D:\Progra~1\Silk\SilkPe~1\performer.exe "D:\Progra~1\Silk\SilkPe~1\Working\Projects\Planni ~1\projectname.ltp" /Automation 30 /WL:workloadname_2
The pause at the end keeps the batch file window open so I can see the results. The 'time /t' give me a time reference for when the test started and completed. And the 'choice' command just inserts a set duration pause between workload executions. Before kicking this off you'll want to make sure the last test you ran had the 'Automatically generate unique subdirectory' checked or else subsequent tests will overwrite previously run test results.