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    Does SilkTest 2008 EK support Visual Studio 2005?

    Hi,

    Does anyone know if the EK for SilkTest 2008 supports Visual Studio 2005? What I am doing actually is trying to do some automation with Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 itself. Unfortunately, SilkTest cannot identify the objects and it could only see one window but none of the controls.

    In the course of trying to search for some guidance, I found that custom objects are not supported by SilkTest outright but with the help of the Extension Kit you could able to manipulate these controls to perform your automation. Unfortunately though, I cannot find any sources indicating if SilkTest supports VS 2005 already and the only reference that I was able to bump on was dated way back in 2006 wherein SilkTest EK back then has no support for VS 2005 yet.

    Can anyone shed a light on this dilemma of mine?

    Regards,

    Adrian

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    Re: Does SilkTest 2008 EK support Visual Studio 2005?

    Basicaly, EK is something that allow you to call a special .dll from your AUT and register your function in SilkTest agent.
    In other words you have to modify your AUT source code to use EK.

    If you want to work with an AUT that is not supported out of the box, try classmapping, then class recording and then low level events (keybord, mouse)

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    Re: Does SilkTest 2008 EK support Visual Studio 2005?

    If I understand your question, you want to automate VS2005 functions, yes? If so, why not just write a VS2005 macro, and bypass Silktest entirely, or just use Silktest to invoke the macro?

 

 

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