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    Calling a .t (script) file

    I need to start executing a ".t" file from a function call. Is this possible?

    For example, lets say i have a function in my main.t file which is getting executed,
    InvokeScript(STRING strScriptFile)
    {
    // here i need to start executing the script file what is passed to the function.
    }

    Note: I cannot use Sys_Execute() and pass the .t file as argument to partner.exe because two instance of Silk cannot share the same agent on the same machine.

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    Re: Calling a .t (script) file

    Hi

    Answer is given by you, so no need start different script with same agent

    is it correct
    Kthotapa

 

 

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