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How is Java support configured for SilkTest Runtime?

How is Java support configured for SilkTest Runtime?

Since SilkTest 6.0, a Workflow toolbar with an "Enable Extensions" button exists which is able to automatically configure for Java. However, SilkTest Runtime does not have a Workflow toolbar and therefore the Java Extension must be enabled manually.

The following document will explain exactly how to manually enable the Java support. Everything does have to be set exactly right for the Java Extension to get its injection and we advise reading the document very carefully before beginning the configuration process.

Configuring Java Support

Old KB# 21684

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