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How to write a script in SilkTest 18.104.22.168?
A group of us is trying to use SilkTest 22.214.171.124 to write a script to enable SilkTest to read a flat MSAccess database file of URLs, one at a time, and check each URL as it goes for errors, and give us a report, letting us know which URLs have errors. We don't even need to know what the actual errors are, we just need to know which URLs have errors. We are using IE 5.5, and when we enable the option in IE 5.5 for debugging script, SilkTest gives us a debug error message dialog box when it finds an error, but when we click on "OK," SilkTest stops running (crashes). If we disable the the option in IE 5.5 for debugging script, SilkTest does not indicate that the page has an error at all, but just keeps going. We need this script to be totally automated, so that we can start it, and let it run, without us having to input URLs or click on anything manually, until the script is done. Our site has about 100,000 URLs.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to do this? I will appreciate any suggestions anyone may offer.
Thank you very much.
Re: How to write a script in SilkTest 126.96.36.199?
Are your testcases 100% absolutely gotta-be based on using IE's debugging script? Are there viable alternatives?
For example, do you know what all of the possible errors could be? Are you talking about things like page not found, connection time-out, etc.? Are you talking about errors that can be detected by something on the page itself? Is it feasible to load the page then check for each known error?
Or the opposite. Is it feasible for you to load the page then have a way to check to see that no errors occurred?