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How can multiple testplans be executed in sequence within SilkTest?

How can multiple testplans be executed in sequence within SilkTest?

To do this you may use the Master plan - Sub plan structure within Silk Test.

Create your plan files as normal and then create another plan file; this new plan file will be used as the master plan file.
To run all of the other plan files within this master plan file, use the include keyword, the following is an example:

[-] Call All Plans
    [ ] 
    [ ] Plan1
    [ ] include: plan1.pln
    [ ] 
    [ ] Plan2
    [ ] include: plan2.pln
    [ ] 
    [ ] Plan3
    [ ] include: plan3.pln



Once you compile the master plan file, the scripts from the sub plans will be visible in your new master plan file.

To read more about master plans and their uses and structures, please go to the SilkTest help and review the master plan topic.

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