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Is it possible to run a full TestPlan or Testscript with Silk Central Test Manager 8.0?

Is it possible to run a full TestPlan or Testscript with Silk Central Test Manager 8.0?

Problem:

Is it possible to run a full TestPlan or Testscript with Silk Central Test Manager 8.0?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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Is it possible to run a full TestPlan or Testscript with SCTM 8.0?

ANSWER
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When you create a "New Child Execution Definition", you will be given the option of assigning Test Definitions to it. You can modify this at any stage in SilkCentral Test Manager by going to the "Assigned Test definitions" section.

At this point you can add all the Test Definitions that you have in your testplan section of SCTM.

The downside to this is that you have to have a Test Definition for each testcase that you would require to run.

The nice part of this is that you can export a testplan from SilkTest to SCTM, this will automatically create the Test Definitions.

Old KB# 24851

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