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    SilkBean & Solaris2.5+ anyone ?

    Has anybody has experience of using SilkBean to test standalone Java applications on Solaris2.5+ ? Is it easy, difficult or virtually impossible? Any particular things to be aware of, etc.?

    Just trying to get a feel for the practicalities of doing this.

    Comments welcome please!

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    Re: SilkBean & Solaris2.5+ anyone ?

    Follow the instructions in the online help. Make sure you follow the syntax carefully. For JDK 1.2.X applications, there is a slightly different install. Try starting the SilkBean using java SilkBean debug &. Then you will see more debugging info.

    This is a pretty neat utility. Segue gives it away for free!

 

 

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