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Im trying to execute a Test Case from Silkcentral. When I run it, I got the following error:
'Silk Test Workbench returned error 2: Failed to create the Silk Test COM object. Check that the COM object has been registered. Note that running Silk Test.exe registers the COM object.'
I can access to Workbench without problems in my Execution Server.
If I try to run the test by command line (STW.exe) works fine..
Any idea about what's going on?
In reply to sebastian.kornexl:
In reply to Wyso:
In reply to Michael Kern:
Sorry, i am not really sure if i understand what you mean.
You can run the Silk Central execution server in two different modes:
1) You can run the Silk Central execution server as a normal windows process (process-name "java_ExecServer.exe"). To start the execution server as a normal process, you have to open the Silk Central service manager application (process-name "sc_servicemanager.exe") from the task-bar and click 'Start' icon. Then you should see a process named "java_ExecServer.exe".
If the execution server runs as a process, then the process "java_ExecServer.exe" normally runs under that user account that is logged on to the machine.
Note: When you install the Silk Central execution server, it should run - per default - as a process.
2) You can also run the Silk Central execution server as a windows service (process-name "tomcat_ES.exe"). You can start/stop the Silk Central execution server - running as a service - from the Services application of Windows.
So in your case, is the Silk Central execution server running as a process ("java_ExecServer.exe") or as a service ("tomcat_ES.exe")? As i mentioned before, to run the STW.exe with a Silk Central execution server, the execution server must run as a process ("java_ExecServer.exe").