You run a script and get the following error: Error: Window 'name' is not enabled.
This error means that the object that Silk Test Classic is trying to act on is not enabled. This message applies to controls inside top-level windows (such as PushButton and CheckBox).
You can correct this problem in one of two ways.
If the object is indeed disabled, edit the script and add the actions that will enable the object.
If the object is in fact enabled and you want the script to perform the action, tell Silk Test Classic not to verify that a window is enabled:
To turn off the verification globally, uncheck the Verify that windows are enabled option on the Verification tab in the Agent Options dialog box ( ).
To turn off the option in your script on a case-by-case basis, add the following statement to the script, just before the line causing the error: Agent.SetOption(OPT_VERIFY_ENABLED, FALSE)
Then add the following line just after the line causing the error: Agent.SetOption(OPT_VERIFY_ENABLED, TRUE).
This means Silk Test Classic will execute the action regardless of whether the window is enabled.