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How do I reference previously created scripts from my script when they are in different directories, the use statement does not seem to work?

How do I reference previously created scripts from my script when they are in different directories, the use statement does not seem to work?

The problem could be that you have not specified the full path in the use statement.

If you have the following in your use statement

Use "TestFile1.t"
Use "TestFile2.t"

SilkTest will not be able to find these files because it does not know their exact location. You should specify the full path to the files so that SilkTest will be able to correctly reference them.

Use "C:\Program Files\Segue\SilkTest\TestFile1.t"
Use "C:\Program Files\Segue\SilkTest\Projects\TestFile2.t"

Old KB# 21383

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