Silk4J enables you to create functional tests using the Java programming language. Silk4J provides a Java runtime library that includes test classes for all the classes that Silk4J supports for testing. This runtime library is compatible with JUnit, which means you can leverage the JUnit infrastructure and run Silk4J tests. You can also use all available Java libraries in your test cases.

Silk4J supports the testing of a broad set of application technologies.

For information about new features, supported platforms, and tested versions, refer to the Release Notes.

You can find sample scripts for Web application testing in the public Documents folder, under %PUBLIC%\Documents\SilkTest\samples\Silk4J.

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Note: To perform keyword-driven testing with Silk4J, your Eclipse platform is required to run on Java 7 or later.