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How can you ensure that SilkTest starts without any files open, after running scripts via the partner command?

How can you ensure that SilkTest starts without any files open, after running scripts via the partner command?

Background to problem:

Having closed down all documents within SilkTest and then run a testcase or testplan from the command prompt. On reopening SilkTest, these previously closed documents are still open.

In order to avoid having any files open in SilkTest on start-up.

Firstly create a option set which has no files open in SilkTest, then modify the partner syntax to contain the option set for example "partner -q -opt path\optionset.opt path\testcase.t". Once this is completed SilkTest will not leave any files open on start-up after running the testcase via the partner command.

Old KB# 22014

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