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Is there a way to return the Partner version and build number of SilkTest at runtime?

Is there a way to return the Partner version and build number of SilkTest at runtime?

Currently the SilkTest build number can be returned via the GetPartnerBuildNum () function. To return both the Partner version and build number, users can create a function that uses the GetPartnerBuildNum() function and the GetPartnerVersion() function (which returns the version number of the partner.exe). The following function can be called from a testcase or another function;


[-] string GetVerandBuildNums ()
[ ] string sRelNum
[ ] string sVer = GetPartnerVersion ()
[ ] string sBuild = GetPartnerBuildNum()
[ ] sRelNum = SubStr (sVer, 27, 5) +" ["+sBuild+"]"
[ ]
[ ] return sRelNum

For SilkTest 2008 this would return

9.0.0 [1892]

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