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    Creating script in 2000 not running on NT

    Anybody had this problem? We are creating script(silk) in 2000 or NT then when trying to run the script on a diffrent OS it doesn't seem to run very well. Looks like it;s seeing the indentifiers\declarations diffrently. Any thoughts \ suggestions? The app being tested is a java app.


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    Re: Creating script in 2000 not running on NT

    I am guessing from your question that you are creating your script with SilkTest's Record/Playback feature.

    This never works very well, but it especially doesn't work very well across different OSes.

    Some tips:
    Check to make sure that all of the "Agent Options" are the same on the two computers.
    Make sure that "Record Class", "Show all Classes" is off on both computers.
    Make sure that the "Javaex.ini" files are the same.
    Also make sure that you are using the same versions of SilkTest and the JDK.

    If you are using Record/Playback, then identify some actions where your script has problems. Then "record" those actions under each version of windows and compare the results to see what the differences are.

    If you don't figure it out, post something more specific so that we can help you.

    Hope this helps,
    Rob


    [This message has been edited by RobKapteyn (edited 02-05-2001).]
    Rob Kapteyn, CSTE
    RobKapteyn@gmail.com

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    Re: Creating script in 2000 not running on NT

    I totally agree with Rob's response. Also, if you find that you do need things a little bit different for different OS's then be sure to learn about "GUI identifiers" in the online help before you start scripting a ton of 'if' statements and other work-arounds unnecessarily.

 

 

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