Set advanced options to enable fallback support, to specify whether locator attribute names should be case sensitive, and
Silk Test Workbench writes data to text-based (.csv or .txt) ActiveData files when editing the files using the
ActiveData Asset Setup window.
options to control aspects of how
Options dialog box opens.
Advanced Options page displays.
To test an embedded Chrome application, specify the executable and the port as a value pair in the
Enable embedded Chrome support field.
To specify multiple embedded Chrome applications, separate the value pairs with a comma.
Fallback support for web views on Android and iOS to enable the mobile native fallback support for hybrid mobile applications that are not testable with the default browser
Microsoft Accessibility to enable Microsoft Accessibility in addition to the normal Win32 control recognition.
Remove focus on capture text to remove the focus from the window before capturing a text.
A text capture is performed during recording and replay by the following methods:
Locator attribute are case sensitive to set locator attribute names to be case sensitive. The names of locator attributes for mobile web applications are always
case insensitive, and this option is ignored when recording or replaying mobile web applications.
Mozilla Firefox to open external links in a new tab instead of a new window, enable
Use single-window mode for Firefox.
Note: This option only works with
Mozilla Firefox 52 or later.
Click the plus sign (+) next to
Advanced in the
Options menu tree and then click
ActiveData options display in the right side panel.
Set the options for your environment:
- Always quote fields
Yes to enclose the data in each cell of a new ActiveData file in quotes. This option pertains to new ActiveData files only. Setting
this option to
Yes has no affect on existing files.
Set this option to
Yes when data to be used from an ActiveData file requires quotes.
Note: If set to
Yes, data in new ActiveData files does not appear in quotes during editing. However, the quotes do appear when editing the ActiveData
file using the file's native application.
- Write empty trailing fields
Yes if you want trailing spaces entered after characters for each data item. For example, if the required data in a field is
"data ", setting this option to
Yes includes the trailing spaces as part of the data, so "data" is written to the field in the ActiveData file. Selecting
No only includes characters without any trailing spaces. For example, if set to
No, "data " written into a field would be saved in the ActiveData file as "data".
Set this option to
Yes if data to be used in an ActiveData test requires the trailing spaces to correctly test the application.