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On creating a Third Party Test-Type plugin for SilkCentral Test Manager, why is the "Browse" button for browsing the Source Control system is missing during the creation of Test Definition?

On creating a Third Party Test-Type plugin for SilkCentral Test Manager, why is the "Browse" button for browsing the Source Control system is missing during the creation of Test Definition?

Problem:

On creating a Third Party Test-Type plugin for SilkCentral Test Manager, why is the "Browse" button for browsing the Source Control system is missing during the creation of Test Definition?

Resolution:

The "Browse" button will be generally missing for a Test Definition property during the creation of a Third Party Test-Type Test Definition because either:

  • In XML description file for the plugin, the required property was not defined with the attributes openBrowser="true" isSourceControl="true"

or

  • The incorrect class type was used for the Test Definition property within the source code of the plugin. In Java, the class type that should be used for a property which accesses a file from the Source Control system should be "java.io.File"
Old KB# 25071

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