Specify when an object is called, whether an object is highlighted during replay, whether hanging applications are closed, the playback mode, whether to show script automation calls in the Output window, and the amount of time to wait for applications to become active.
The purpose of this setting is for you to be able to step into an exception when it occurs. If you are creating and testing your script, set it to Yes so that you can see where the issue is. If you are running automated scripts, you should have your own error handling and mark this setting as No. If you have error handling turned on in your script, you will have to click Continue to get to it. If the setting is No and you do not have your own error handling, you will only be able to End the script.
When set to Automatic, if Silk Test runs normally, then the setting acts as if it is set to Yes. If Silk Test is running scripts executed via Silk Central Test Manager, it acts as if it is set to No. This way if a script has its own error handling and is run via automation, the script will continue to work.
When testing applications that cannot run multiple instances, specify Yes.
You must open the Output window to see the results. Click .