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How do you turn off SilkTest Java Support?

How do you turn off SilkTest Java Support?

When using the WorkFlow toolbar to configure SilkTest support for a Java application, the set-up program will do the following

  1. Copies the SilkTest_Java3.jar file to the lib\ext folder of the installed JVM/JRE.
  2. Creates or amends if it already exists the file "accessibility.properties" in the Java.\lib folder.

The effect of this is to always load our Monitor class each time a Java application is started.

To disable this, remove both the SilkTest_Java3.jar file and rename "accessibility.properties".

It is worth checking the file "accessibility.properties" to see if this is used by your own or other applications, in which case you should comment out the line added us.

Old KB# 21590

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