Before running a test plan, make sure that the window declarations file for the test plan is correctly specified in the Runtime Options dialog box and that the test plan is in the active window.
To run the entire test plan, click Silk Test Classic runs each test case in the plan and generates a results file..
To run only tests that are marked, click Silk Test Classic runs each marked test and generates a results file..
You can also run a single test case without marking it.
If your test plan is structured as a master plan and associated sub-plans, Silk Test Classic automatically opens any closed sub-plans before running. Silk Test Classic always saves the suite, script, or test plan before running it if you made any changes to it since the last time you saved it. By default, Silk Test Classic also saves all other open modified files whenever you run a script, suite, or test plan. To prevent this automatic saving of other open modified files, uncheck the Save Files Before Running check box in the General Options dialog box.
To stop the execution of a test plan, press both Shift keys at the same time.