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    Directory Structure in SilkTest

    Hi,
    I'm planning to do automated testing by using SilkTest. Now I want to use good format/structure of directories/files.
    See for example, I'm thinking the structure will be,
    Project
    |
    |--TestFrames
    |
    |--TestScripts
    |
    |--TestData
    |
    |--Config
    |
    |--Utils
    |

    Here I have thought to use Excel sheet as both Testcase input and output....

    Could anybody tell me the structure, if you followed....?

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    Palani.
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    Re: Directory Structure in SilkTest

    You could simply boil this down to :

    Project
    |
    Source
    |
    Include
    |
    Object
    |
    Data

    "Source" contains all user-selectable executables: .T, .S and .PLN files.

    "Include" contains all .INC, frame and utility files.

    If you're testing something like a database app' with dynamic information you may want a separate "Data" folder, otherwise you can fold these files into the "Include" folder.

    You may also want to consider adding a "Version" folder between "Project" and "Source".

    Overall, for simplicity, it's a good idea to match the Silk folder organization with whatever arrangement you've already established with your test suite source control system.

    John



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    Re: Directory Structure in SilkTest

    Hi John,
    Thanks for reply.
    Still I'm planning my test suite structure and result format. Because it will easier to handle by some other people, who don't know about those scripts.

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