On 1 PC having IE 6.0 & Win2K, Silk 5.5 recognizes a particular object within a HTML Table, but when the declaration is taken on a different PC having again IE 6.0 & WIn2k, Silk does not declare the object under an HTML Table, directly under a BrowserChild, why do ???
This results in scripts not working on the 2nd PC due to the different in declarations
I would take a look at the settings for each environment. For example are they both using the same type of recording? i.e. IE DOM, or IE VO? Also look at the extensions settings particularly the borderless table granularity and the Forms checkbox. It sounds to me like there could be a discrepancy between two machines surrounding those settings.
Thanx...did verify that earliar itself, was the same on both the machines.
But did find the solution to the problem, basically got to do with a User having Admin Privileges on the local machine where the scripts are being executed.
Sounds weird, but u guys must try this...On a machine where a User has Admin Privileges, the scripts work fine, but when the same script is executed on a different machine where the User does not have Admin Privileges, Silk goofs up with the declarations and the scripts fail :-)
Any thoughts anyone on how the privileges & declarations could be linked ???