What is the solution to trying to enable the extensions of SilkTest in a jre that doesn"t contain an "ext" folder?
All you have to do is to create a folder called "ext" in the jre\lib directory. In this folder place the relevant SilkTest_java3.jar file.This can be found in the Silk\SilkTest\JavaEx folder which is located wherever SilkTest was installed, normally Program Files (x86).
Copy access3.prop into the jre\lib folder and rename it to accessibilty.properties. The access3.prop can be found in the Silk\SilkTest folder.
If SilkTest has not been able to enable the extensions for the Java application, it is possible that two dls need to be added to Windows\Sustem32 folder. The dlls are called qapjarex.dll and qapjconn.dll and these files can be found in Silk\SilkTest\System folder for qapjarex.dll and Silk\SilkTest\Extend for qapjconn.dll. As a last resort these two files can also be loaded into the Java \bin folder.