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Not executed test plan

I am trying to run a simple silk test plan the calls a batch file to write to a file. Every time I try and execute it from silk central I get a "Not executed" error. The test plan, option set and test are all local. I have also correctly set up my execution server. What am I missing?  

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Hi vb22,

'Not Executed' is a state when the execution has not run, and this can be for multiple reasons.

Is the Execution Server running on the same machine as your Silk Central Installation?

Do you have Silk Test installed on the Execution Server?

Does the test run successfully in Silk Test Classic?

You will find out more information as to the exact reason why the test has not executed, if you go to the RunID, in Tracking -> Activities and go to the Messages Tab.

This message will give you the exact reason why the script has not run and can help identify any issues with your configuration, as in the case above it was aborted by the user.

If you still have issues after reviewing this message, can you post the error message or any error messages you are receiving and also the version of Silk Central you are using, to help us assist further.

Thanks,

Matthew

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Found the error in the message tab. Thanks!

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