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Why might the error "*** Error: PriorTestCaseExit is not defined" occur when running tests via the SilkCentral Test Manager?

Why might the error "*** Error: PriorTestCaseExit is not defined" occur when running tests via the SilkCentral Test Manager?

Problem:

Why might the error "*** Error: PriorTestCaseExit is not defined" occur when running tests via the SilkCentral Test Manager?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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Why might the error "*** Error: PriorTestCaseExit is not defined" occur when running tests via the SilkCentral Test Manager?

ANSWER
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The "PriorTestCaseExit" function is a forced internal function call much like the DefaultTestCaseExit call, but it is called from within SilkTest only when a SilkCentral Test Manager switch is turned on. This switch is on when SilkTest is producing results for Test Manager. There is also a log SilkTest writes to, that Test Manager uses to determine the activity of SilkTest when ST is running tests for it. The log is produced from functions in the Rms.inc file, which is where the "PriorTestCaseExit" function is located. Rms.inc is installed in SilkTest"s execution directory.

The problem may be due to a missing rms.inc file on your machine. The rms.inc file can be found in Program Files\Segue\SilkTest folder and if you don"t have one or it is corrupt, resave yours under another name and replace it with the attached rms.inc file here to see if this helps.

 rms.inc

Related documents:


Old KB# 24871

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