application configuration defines how
Silk Test Workbench connects to and configures the application that you want to test.
Open the visual test or the VB .NET script.
For a visual test, click the
<<Start>> step in the task pane.
Properties pane, navigate to the
Application Configurations category.
Select the application configuration that you want to modify.
For a visual test, click into the application configuration that you want to modify and click
Edit application configuration.
For a VB .NET script, double-click on the application configuration that you want to modify.
Edit Application Configuration dialog box opens.
To specify an executable, type the full path to the executable into the
Note: If you are testing a web application, and you want to specify an executable for the browser, select the custom browser type.
For example, to start
Mozilla Firefox, type
C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe.
If you are testing a desktop application and you want to use a command line pattern in combination with the executable file,
type the command line pattern into the
Command Line Pattern text box.
If you are testing a web application, type the address of the web application into the
Navigate to URL text box.
If you want to test a web application on a desktop browser with a predefined browser size, select the browser size from the
Browser size list.
For example, to test a web application on
Apple Safari and in a browser window which is as big as the screen of the Apple iPhone 7, select
Apple iPhone 7 from the list.
Orientation for the browser window.
Edit Browser Sizes to specify a new browser size and to select which browser sizes should be shown in the
Browser size list.
If you are testing a mobile native application, specify the name of the mobile application that you want to test in the
Mobile app text box.
Note: Do not add more than one browser application configuration when testing a web application with a defined base state.