Silk Test Classic Does Not Run

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:
CurrentProject=C:\Program Files\<SilkTest install directory>
A testplan.ini file that is corrupted. Delete or rename the corrupted testplan.ini file, and then restart Silk Test Classic.