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In the "SilkTest Test Properties Dialog Box" in SilkCentral Test Manager, when would I use the "custom" test case option?

In the "SilkTest Test Properties Dialog Box" in SilkCentral Test Manager, when would I use the "custom" test case option?

Problem:

In the "SilkTest Test Properties Dialog Box" in SilkCentral Test Manager, when would I use the "custom" test case option?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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In the "SilkTest Test Properties Dialog Box" in SilkCentral Test Manager, when would I use the "custom" test case option?

ANSWER
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The "custom" testcase option is used if you wish to execute a particular function within your test script other than a testcase. In the example below we are calling the main function within the test script and not the testcase.


Getting to the Dialog box

  1. Go to the testplan section on the work bar in a SilkCentral Test Manager project
  2. Right-click a test container and create a new test definition
  3. Select type as SilkTest and click next
  4. Browse and select a test script.
  5. click next
  6. SilkTest Test Dialog Box appears.

Old KB# 24728

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