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How do I resolve the SilkTest error "Table record type does not correspond to a known table: recVars" when running a data-driven test?

How do I resolve the SilkTest error "Table record type does not correspond to a known table: recVars" when running a data-driven test?

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You are running a data-driven test and it errors out with the following error message:

This error message is most frequently due to a table name having been changed after you have already created your DSN.
Therefore, there is a discrepancy between the real table name and the table name that the DSN is configured to connect to.

You can either re-create your DSN to look for the new table name or change the table name back to its original form.

Also check that you havn"t created a table name with brackets, for eg. "Var(1)". If so, then you will need to take the brackets out of the name "Var1".

Old KB# 22001

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