I'm using a runtime only verion of Silk on a different network then where I do my development. I have a problem where I can run individual testcases but cannot run a testplan. It gives me an error of "Can't open the testplan.res file". I would like to run Silk from the testplan but I don't know if it will be limited due to the runtime only version I'm using. Open to any thoughts or comments.
When silktest is running a testcase/script/plan, it stores the results in the form of a 'journal' file (.jou), which is then converted to .res when it finishes. If silktest crashes out before completing normally, then you may be left with a .jou file.
Sometimes if you try and open the results file the journal file is in a sensible enough state that it will recover results from the journal file, but more usually you just get told that you can't open the results file; in which case the only option is to delete the journal file, losing the last run of results.