The following table describes what you can do if Silk Test Classic does not start.
|If Silk Test Classic does not run because it is looking for the following:||You can do the following:|
|Project files that are moved or corrupted.||
Open the SilkTestClassic.ini file in a text editor and remove the CurrentProject= line from the ProjectState section. Silk Test Classic should then start, however your project will not open. You can examine your <projectname>.ini and <projectname>.vtp files to determine and correct the problem.
The following code example shows the ProjectState section in a sample partner.ini file:
[ProjectState] CurrentProject=C:\Program Files\<SilkTest install directory> \SilkTest\Examples\ProjectName.vtp
|A testplan.ini file that is corrupted.||Delete or rename the corrupted testplan.ini file, and then restart Silk Test Classic.|