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    SILK TEST SITES AND DOCUMENTS

    User Sanjay Kumar Saraf (sanjaykumar_01@yahoo.com) posted:

    Hi ,

    I am Mr S.Sanjay working in Hyderabad for a company
    and they are opting SILK as the Test tool.
    Recently they have done evaluation on it and has
    finalized it.

    I have completed my Btech(Mech) and has programming
    skills of Java and Oracle. Can U please guide me.
    I have working knowledge of SILK and I want to know
    about various sites related to SILK Test and all
    related documents associated to it.
    Where can I find User Guide or Help on SILK.

    Please respond me at ur earliest.
    Waiting for ur mail. If U don't mind please introduce
    ur self to me so that I shall get in touch with U.

    Bye
    Sanjay

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    Re: SILK TEST SITES AND DOCUMENTS

    Hi Sanjay,

    On the SilkTest CD there should be a folder called Documents. In this folder you will find all the necessary literature for SilkTest (user guides, tutorials etc.). There should also be a sample application (Green Mountain) on the CD to go with the tutorials.

    John.

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    Re: SILK TEST SITES AND DOCUMENTS

    Sanjay,

    When I first started using SilkTest, I "lived" in the Library Browser. I still use it extensively. I believe the Library Browser that ships with SilkTest is superior to any online help in any other development tool. I've never seen anything like it with Borland, Microsoft, Symantec... any of them. You can search for options by the type of control you are manipulating, e.g. JavaJFCTextField, or you can search by the type of data/object you are working with, e.g. all the possible functions you can use to manipulate a string. If neither of these helps, you can use the index to search by key word.

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    Re: SILK TEST SITES AND DOCUMENTS

    To jump start your quest you can do :

    1)Segue@Work alot of advanced(few) and beginner tutorials. Only bad thing is it's in pdf, and they are only abstracts, you have to copy/paste the reference link to get the full article(that's for old articles). For the new ones they are like stack of garbage on the beach(dig, dig)

    2)For web testing. Open the help doc for a list of all functions. Then start experimenting different functionalities.
    The quickest way to just test different functions without writting a program is..

    a)open a script file
    b)write a blank body: main()
    c)add one line print("whatever")
    d)set the break on that print()
    e)run your code
    f)now you are are in debug mode
    g)set focus on the browser you want to test(go click on your browser)
    h)go back to silk, open View|Transcript
    i)a window will come up, at the buttom there is a textfield. Start input your Silk line there. You will see instant result if your code is correct.

    This approach has the advantage of not stopping the testing while an error occured.
    I use it to try, to detect, to probe stuff.

    Use print(), Listprint() to see printable variables.

    3) There are few places you can go on the web, I mean really few places you can get help on silk. Search using '4test' under google.com.

    4)You won't believe it but here is where you get most of your information. Are you scared now

    When your hands are warm with silk you can start worrying about design and extention considerations.


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    Re: SILK TEST SITES AND DOCUMENTS

    Check out QAlinks.com

    check out the attach Zip file.



    [This message has been edited by Automateordie (edited 06-26-2001).]

 

 

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