When I run a SilkTest test via SilkCentral Test Manager, why is SilkTest Runtime being used even though I don"t have SilkTest Runtime installed on my machine?

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Problem:

When I run a SilkTest test via SilkCentral Test Manager, why is SilkTest Runtime being used even though I don"t have SilkTest Runtime installed on my machine?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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When I run a SilkTest test via SilkCentral Test Manager, why is SilkTest Runtime being used even though I don"t have SilkTest Runtime installed on my machine?

ANSWER
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  • Install SilkTest and SilkCentral Test Manager (SilkCentral Test Manager)

  • When you attempt to run a SilkTest test via SilkCentral Test Manager, you may notice a SilkTest Runtime splash screen appear and "Runtime" is displayed in the top left hand corner of the runtime status dialog, as below on your execution server:



    This is because when SilkCentral Test Manager invokes partner.exe (partner.exe is the SilkTest executable) it is invoked with a flag using runtime mode.

    This is "as designed" and will have no impact or adverse side affects on you running your SilkTest tests via SilkCentral Test Manager.

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