Application testing reveals errors in the application being tested. When testing software applications, these errors can cause scripts to not execute to completion.
The ability of scripts to reliably play back to completion is essential to successful testing. Synchronization issues, and expected and unexpected application errors may cause scripts to fail before playing back to completion. Silk Test Workbench provides built-in option settings and scripting features that allow scripts to adjust to synchronization and application issues and play back reliably in any testing environment.
When playing back scripts, some errors are the result of slow application response time, which causes the application to lose synchronization with the scripts that test it. These errors can be handled by adjusting Silk Test Workbench option settings that optimize synchronization between the scripts and the application being tested.