If you have existing single-byte
Silk Test Classic text files, such as
*.t, that you want to use in double-byte testing, the files must:
- Be compatible with
Silk Test Classic, such as files created using the IE 5.x DOM extension for testing a Web application.
- Be recompiled in
Silk Test Classic because the object files,
*.to, are not compatible.
Opening an existing
Silk Test Classic file as a double-byte file
Choose one of the following:
- Copy the file you want to re-use to a new directory. Do not copy the associated object (*.ino or
*.to) files. In
Silk Test Classic, open this new file.
- In the existing directory, delete the object files associated with the file you want to re-use. In
Silk Test Classic, open the desired file.
Silk Test Classic file is compiled, new objects files are created. If you enter double-byte content into the file, when you try to close the
file you will be prompted to save the file in a compatible file format, Unicode or UTF-8.