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Is there a way to force SilkTest to bypass the DefaultBaseState recovery system?

Is there a way to force SilkTest to bypass the DefaultBaseState recovery system?

One possible method is to use the $StopRunning command.

Note: This feature is provided as a convenience to you, but it has not yet been thoroughly tested.

$StopRunning halts whatever you are running. It bypasses the recovery system, the resetting of recorder options in the Agent and any exception handlers you may have specified.

$StopRunning must be called with the reference operator as @("$StopRunning") ( ).

For Example:-

[ ]integer i
[ ]i = SYS_GetFreeMemory()
[ ]
[ ]// If available memory falls below 10% then stop everything.
[ ]if i <>
[ ]@("$StopRunning")()

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