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    Command Line Execution Silk Performer

    Hi,

    I am trying to execute scripts from Command line,The syntax i am using is
    performer "E:\Silk\Projects\Test.ltp"/Automation 5/WL:Workload1

    Can anyone please let me know whats wrong in this? [img]/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]

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    Re: Command Line Execution Silk Performer

    Vidhya S,
    In the SP help i'm pretty sure there is a section on command line script calls.
    Also if the machine you are using does not have an 'E:\' drive mapped then it will fail i.e. if you have the projects folder on the 'C:' drive and scripts have been developed on the said drive they will hold the path to where your scripts are when calling them from command line. Something else to think about is to put your command/s into a '.bat' file

    HTH
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    Re: Command Line Execution Silk Performer

    Thanks a lot...
    In command line i go to the path where silk performer is installed, and give the command
    performer "E:\Program Files\Borland\SilkPerformer 2006\Working\Projects\LG\TUWLEV_exported_20070424. ltp"\Automation 5\WL:Workload1

    When i give this it pops an error saying wrong Command line parameter.

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Command Line Execution Silk Performer

    Ok... here's where you're going wrong.... see the example below:

    "E:\Program Files\Borland\SilkPerformer 2006\Working\Projects\LG\TUWLEV_exported_20070424. ltp" this is fine....

    You need to set the parameter like this:-

    /Automation 5/WL:Workload1 etc.....

    HTH
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    Re: Command Line Execution Silk Performer

    Thanks a lot [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

 

 

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