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Windows XP and Silk Test
I have a script that was created using an application running on Windows 2000. However, when I try to replay the script against Windows XP the script crashes because some of the objects in my window declarations have different Window IDs on the XP system.
Has anyone experienced this in the past? Is this expected behavior? Is there a good workaround for this other than recording the window again and adding the new window ID to a multitag?
Re: Windows XP and Silk Test
For those that are interested ....... this was not a Windows XP problem. What actually happened is the application I am testing is built in Powerbuilder. The latest build of the application was installed on Windows XP but was also built using a newer version of Powerbuilder. (Powerbuilder 8) There is a hotfix for SilkTest 5.5 SP3 which supports Powerbuilder 8. I just had to install this hotfix and my windows were now recognized.