141 :: Is there a way by which the different components within the calendar be recongnised by silktest?On web based application (developed in Java (jsp))., clicking on an icon opens up a calendar (pop-up calendar.js), which is a java applet, which is recognised by Silktest but not the various components (Month drop down, year drop down) within it. Is there a way by which the different components within the calendar be recongnised by silktest?
Try after enabling java extension....If you are using silk 7.x, try to do enable extension for the applet...It would copy the silktest java jar file to respective jvm....close you application and restart....It should work.....
SilKTest is not a load testing tool - it is a functional testing tool. You could do a crude load test by having Silk on multiple boxes and then running each one at the same time - but that is very crude.
You need Silk Performer or Load Runner or some other load testing tool for doing load testing.
Do some performance testing on a local binary.
Imagine trying to load ten large files into a word processor or text editor manually. If the procedure is to load one large file and when it has loaded load the next. If performance degrades after each file has loaded. The first file takes 30 minutes to load, the second takes 75 minutes... This is a perfect candidate for using SilkTest (or another functional GUI testing tool) to perform It won't get bored waiting and it will be ready to load the file as soon as it reads the "Ready" status.
You could run a series of image transformations in an image editor, recalculate a budget for a large company in financial package after changing a few variables, edit a style sheet in a page layout and then scroll through the document, search and replace a single letter in a large text file, etc..
There are a lot of other single unit performance tests that can be run using SilkTest--use your imagination.
1. In anyone window two objects can not have same logical name, It will give compiler error.
2. OK objects have same logical name two times but for different window..
The scripts are being kicked off through a Windows Scheduled task. We're getting the message "Window cannot be set active".
It seems like if I login to the box in the lab then all is well, but if I've recently connected through Remote Desktop Connection the error occurs.
Is that because the RDC locks the desktop when I disconnect?
If I did a reboot before I run the scripts would that solve the problem?
I'm just trying to figure this out, so could be completely wrong on this.
So, any suggestions would be appreciated.
You should be able to adjust a setting for the task to 'wake' or 'unlock' the desktop prior to commencing the task. I recall having to do something like that in the past when I did this.
It's because Windows Remote Desktop (WRD) appears to tell the OS that the video card is something other than the actual video card. This is because you have a limited colour gamut using WRD. There are other limitations. When you disconnect, it seems to tell Windows on the guest machine that there's no video card at all and it lets Windows figure out what's up the next time you log in.
One option that our network admin suggested was to use VNC instead. This would mean we would use a different method just to attach to the SilkTest machine we have. It wasn't worth it for me, but it could be for you.
1) Your KVM switch has to be an electronic one because if it's not, the monitor won't have a screen rectangle. This was a limitation of the old hardware.
2) You have to circumvent the windows login screen and some security measures to get to the desktop which is where SilkTest will be running.