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    Capturing pass/fail data

    Does anyone have a known method for capturing the pass/fail data on a test pass? I want to take the % pass and % fail and enter them into a database at the end of a test pass.

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    Re: Capturing pass/fail data

    I don't know if you can capture that data straight from Silk, but as a workaround I think you could use the TestCaseExit() method and increment a global every time a testcase abnormally exited. If you know how many tests are running you could come up with some simple pass/fail metrics like Silk provides.

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    Re: Capturing pass/fail data

    check out ResExport(). Looks like you can't get the %'s, but you can get the # of errors.

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    Re: Capturing pass/fail data

    SilkTest 5.03.2 supposedly has a method to write the res file to an Excel spreadsheet.
    Haven't tried it yet, but there is documentation.

    And watch for 5.5, it is supposed to make things even easier...

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