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    Converting SilkTest .res Files to Ascii

    Hello,

    I have existing .res files that were created by SilkTest, and I would like to be able to extract the ascii information from them.

    I would like a way to extract this using either a SilkTest test method or Python script.

    I can't use ResExtract because I've already created the .res files, and can't rerun the test.

    I can't use ResExport because the .rex files don't provide enough detail (unless there is a way to change the level of detail).

    Are there any other options to getting this data into ascii form?

    Any help is greatly appreciated.
    Thanks,
    Matt

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    Re: Converting SilkTest .res Files to Ascii


    You can import .res file into .txt format then you can convert into ASCII format

    Regards,
    Kishore

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    Re: Converting SilkTest .res Files to Ascii

    The Results File (.res) is binary format, and can not be converted unless ResExtract() or ResExport() function is used.

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    Re: Converting SilkTest .res Files to Ascii

    You can control the amount of information that is written out. The easiest way to try this is to open the current .res file within Silk and use the "Results" menu option (this does not appear for other file types, only .res). You can then choose the level of detail for extracting or exporting, each option having its own configuration dialog. The settings you choose here are then persisted, so subsequent calls to ResExtract and ResExport will use this same configuration going forwards. Also note the "Select" option on the "Results" menu; this will allow you to choose an older results set without needing to re-run your tests.

 

 

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