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    Re: \"Internal error in agent\" from GetCloseWindows

    I think that SilkTest's Java methods are still being refined.

    I had some "Internal error in Agent" problems until I applied the 5.0.3.1 upgrade patch. The 5.0.3.2 upgrade is even better.

    I have never used GetCloseWindows() though.
    I am sure you can do the same thing with other methods.
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    Re: \"Internal error in agent\" from GetCloseWindows

    Thanks. I am using the current version 5.0.3.2 upgrade.

    I am not explicitly coding the GetCloseWindows method, but it's being called from defaults.inc through the DefaultTestCaseExit method. I suppose I could be brave and muck around in defaults.inc, but I was hoping for some direction first.

    Thanks.

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    \"Internal error in agent\" from GetCloseWindows

    I am getting the following error message and call stack in my results file while testing a Java client/server app.

    *** Error: Internal error in agent - Child not found
    Occurred in GetCloseWindows
    Called from DefaultBaseState at defaults.inc(163)
    Called from DefaultTestCaseExit at defaults.inc(318)

    This error is generated after my testcase verification passes, but this error registers as a Failed test in my results file. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to work around this. I really don't care what happens after the test passes (the window that I am testing does successfully close).

    Thanks for any ideas.

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    Re: \"Internal error in agent\" from GetCloseWindows

    I hope I am not wasting your time with this suggestion...

    The first time I installed the 5.0.3.2 update over the 5.0.3.1, I had mysterious Agent problems too.

    I then uninstalled SilkTest, rebooted, installed 5.0.3, rebooted, then applied the 5.0.3.2 patch (skipping 5.0.3.1), rebooted.

    Everything has worked fine since

    Rob Kapteyn, CSTE
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    Re: \"Internal error in agent\" from GetCloseWindows

    I did the same thing (regarding the upgrade path). I don't remember exactly what it was doing, but something was not working correctly after I upgraded from 5.0.3.1 to 5.0.3.2. The problems that I'm having now are after uninstalling 5.0.3.1, reinstalling 5.0.3, and then upgrading directly to 5.0.3.2.

    I've kind of kludged my way around my current problem by using "appstate none", but I'm not real crazy about that approach.

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    Re: \"Internal error in agent\" from GetCloseWindows

    Hi,

    I had the same problem with Blue Express a while back and the only way I found of getting around it was to put a sleep statement in the line before the line which raises the error. It seemed to be down to a synchronisation problem, but one which could not be sorted using the Agent Options. A Sleep (1) statement always cleared it, and while it is not ideal editing the defaults.inc file, it is better than not using the recovery system.

    I hope this helps,

    Paul

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