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    running silk script from command line

    I have a silk test script called test.t. I want to know whether it is possible to run the script from command line in windows.

    I wanted to know this because I'm going to call the silk script from another program.

    Thank you

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    Re: running silk script from command line

    Yes you can.

    Type command line switches from your SilkTest Help. There you can read all about it.

    I drive my scripts from Access where the user places his/her test data and receives their test results.

    A little over the wall I know but the users are techno phobic and don't want to try to remember a lot of "technical" things. I just feed them what they need to know from Access.

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