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Why after executing an SSH test from SilkCentral does it always exit with a status of "Not Executed"?

Why after executing an SSH test from SilkCentral does it always exit with a status of "Not Executed"?

Problem:

Why after executing an SSH test from SilkCentral does it always exit with a status of "Not Executed"?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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Why after executing an SSH test from SilkCentral does it always exit with a status of "Not Executed"?

ANSWER
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The SSH plugin for SilkCentral is not complete and when executed from SilkCentral you will consistently find the following Java Exception in "Messages" tab of the results:

    com.segue.scc.util.QuickAndDirtyException: org.jdom.JDOMException: Error on line 1: Content is not allowed in prolog. 
   


This error is generated as the results file which was returned from executing the said SSH test, was not in the SilkCentral Test Manager standard results format. Therefore the default results parser is unable to parse the results file returned and the said error message is generated.

Old KB# 24453

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