I try to record a class, because SILK is ignoring that Java-class. I read in the dokumentation and the help, that I have to record this class by myself. Okay, I followed the instructions:
1. Start your Java application and make sure Java support is enabled. See Configuring SilkTest Java support. - OK!
2. Create a new include (.inc) file, open an existing include file, or open the test frame file for storing your new class definitions.
We recommend that you store your new class definitions in a new include file (for example, custobj.inc) or in your test frame file. Do not store these definitions in javaex.inc, the predefined Java class definition file, because we will upgrade javaex.inc in future versions of our Java support. - OK!
3. Select Record/Class and then select the Show all classes checkbox in the lower left corner of the dialog. - OK!
4. To include native methods with return or parameter types that do not match valid 4Test methods, click the Show all methods checkbox in the lower left corner of the dialog. You cannot call these methods directly from your 4Test scripts but you can use the InvokeMethods or the InvokeJava method to call them. - OK!
When you capture the class, SilkTest displays these methods prefaced by comments in the Record Class dialog. When you click Paste to Editor, SilkTest adds the InvokeMethods method and these methods, prefaced by comments, to your test script.
5. Position the mouse pointer over the control for which you want to record a class, and when the correct name appears in the Window field, press Ctrl-Alt. ---> Woooops! SILK crashes without any errormessage. Only the Agent and my AUT remain on my Desktop... :-(
Is this a common error?? I don't think so... This error is repeatable...