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How can I make class mapping information global, so that they can be used in many projects?

How can I make class mapping information global, so that they can be used in many projects?

Problem:

How can I make class mapping information global, so that they can be used in many projects?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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How can I make class mapping information global, so that they can be used in many projects?

ANSWER
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To do this:

  1. Perform your class mappings as normal and save them to your .ini file
  2. Open your projects in SilkTest
  3. Select Options / Runtime
  4. From the Runtime Dialog then select the "Add" button for the "Use Files" field and add .ini to the list so that SilkTest knows to reference it. SilkTest will now reference this file and find the classmappings.


Note that you will have to do this individually for any/all projects which need to reference this classmapping information.

Other useful information on classmapping can be found within the SilkTest Help or within the online knowledge Base, some useful links are:


Old KB# 21043

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