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How can I resolve the Error: Application cannot be started -- File not found when trying to run a test on Linux using SilkBean?

How can I resolve the Error: Application cannot be started -- File not found when trying to run a test on Linux using SilkBean?

Problem:

How can I resolve the Error: Application cannot be started -- File not found when trying to run a test on Linux using SilkBean?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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How can I resolve the Error: Application cannot be started -- File not found when trying to run a test on Linux using SilkBean?

ANSWER
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One possible cause of this error could be that you do not have your "Target" set correctly in your javaex.ini file.

In the javaex.ini file you can enter the following in the communications section in order to use SilkBean.

[Communications]
Host=localhost
Target=
TransportMode=sockets
Port= 2966
JdaEnabled=false



If you are using projects in SilkTest you can use the javaex.ini file within the project to enter this information. You will receive the error "Application cannot be started -- File not found" if you try to run your script after changing the Target IP address and not restarting SilkTest. In order for any changes to be registered by SilkTest after editing the file SilkTest must be restarted.

It is also possible to change the Target value in the javaex.ini file in the SilkTest directory/extend folder. Changing the value here will be reflected for all projects executed in SilkTest

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