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Why can I not select a testcase in the SilkTest project that I have imported into SilkPerformer for GUI-Level testing?

Why can I not select a testcase in the SilkTest project that I have imported into SilkPerformer for GUI-Level testing?

 

If a Testplan *.plan file is included in a SilkTest project which is exported to SilkPerformer, you will not be able toselect a testcase from the "select testcase" dropdown list on the "AddTestcase dialog in SilkPerformer (below) when configuring your project - it will begreyed-out.

 

 

 

This is a known issue in SilkPerformer which may be workaround as follows:

1. Go back to the original SilkTest project and remove the*.plan file - you do not have to delete the actual file, but just simply remove it from the Testplan folder in SilkTest's project treeview;

2. Recreate the SilkTest *.opt and *.stp files and Why do I get the error "GUI-Level Testing Replay:11 SilkTest reported. Project failed to open"?;

3. When the two above files are imported into your SilkPerformer GUI-Level testing project, you will then be able to select a testcase from that SilkPerformer dropdown without problem.

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